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Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Veto Fuels War Debate

Despite President Bush's veto of a war funding bill that set a timeline for troop withdrawal, congressional leaders vow to find a compromise to end the war in Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Capitol Bob On Veto, Joe Biden

Harry Smith talks with chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about President Bush's veto of Congress' war spending bill and a controversial comment from Sen. Joe Biden.

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Al-Masri- Dead Or Alive?

If Abu Ayyub al-Masri is really dead, as witnesses claim, then other Sunni insurgents killed him. Dead or alive, nobody seems to have proof, including Iraq's government. Mark Strassmann reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that the Dow resumed its record run; News Corp's bid for Dow Jones brought out the buyers on Wall Street; and most automakers suffered a drop in sales during April.

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First Look- War Funding Debate

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod breaks down the ongoing debate over emergency war spending. Without enough votes to override the President's veto, Congress must go back to the drawing board.

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Eye To Eye- Hunger In Darfur

Only On The Web: World Food Programme Executive Director Josette Sheeran tells Allen Pizzey about the difficulties of getting supplies to the innocent residents of war-torn Darfur.

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Cops Shove Journalists

CBS News RAW: In separate incidents police used force against a reporter and a cameraman at the immigration rally in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday.

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Protestors, L.A. Police Clash

CBS News RAW: Riot police used tear gas and rubber bullets on demonstrators and some members of the media when an immigration protest got out of hand in Los Angeles.

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Seeking Answers At Iraq Summit

Many members of the international community is meeting in Egypt to try to come up with solutions for war-torn Iraq. As Charlie D'Agata reports, consensus seems a long way off.

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Pelosi- The President Is Wrong

CBS News RAW: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi urged her colleagues to override President Bush's veto of the Iraq war funding bill.

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Bush, Congress To Meet On Iraq

As more U.S. troops touch down in Iraq, President Bush will meet with Congressional leaders to try to resolve the standoff over funding for the war. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- 'We Can Work Together'

The unsuccessful House vote to override the Presidential veto showed Democrats that even though they want to bring the troops home, they don't have the votes. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Health Care Issues For Kids

A new report from a privately funded groups finds that despite billions of dollars in government spending, more than 1 in 4 children lack full-time health care. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Internet Addiction Boot Camp

China has opened a number of Internet boot camps to get kids out of the virtual world and back into reality. Barry Petersen has more.

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Darfur- The Crisis Continues

The will to confront the Sudanese government over the crisis in Darfur could go a long way to sending more than 3 million people back to their homes. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Rice Talks With Iraqi PM

Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Egypt for talks with Iraq's Prime Minister Maliki. Meanwhile, 4,000 more U.S. troops are on their way to Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Another Setback For NASA

A freight train carrying solid rocket boosters for NASA derailed in Alabama when a bridge collapsed. NASA hopes the derailment won't delay October's launch of the space shuttle. Bob Orr reports.

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Notebook- Internet Addiction

Only On The Web: Katie Couric talks about Internet addiction and how it is becoming a growing problem; it may affect as much as 10 percent of the population.

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Fashion Police Patrol Iran

With hardliners in power this year in Iran, there has been a crackdown to enforce the Islamic dress code. For some women, defying this law is the name of the game. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Help For Online Porn Addicts

Daniel Sieberg reports on the problem of Internet porn addiction. Some people are trying to help those under its spell simply by talking about it and being open.

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'Cheese' Takes Toll On Teens

In North Texas, "cheese" is the new classroom high. At least 18 teens have overdosed on the mixture of black tar heroin and a night-time pain reliever over the last two years. Kelly Cobiella has more.

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