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Friday, May 4, 2007

Weekend Roundup- War Spending

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's battle with Congress over the war funding bill, the summit on Iraq and the immigration protests in L.A.

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Eye To Eye- Lindsey Graham

Only On The Web: Sen. Lindsey Graham was involved in the construction of a court complex in Baghdad. He talked with Sharyl Attkisson about losing one of his colleagues to a roadside bomb.

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Golden Door Movie Premiere

Presented by Martin Scorsese, "Golden Door" is a modern fable that captures the immigrant experience of one Italian family that sheds the comfort of the Old World for the opportunities of the New.

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Farewell, Mr. Blair

British Prime Minister Tony Blair is stepping down. As CBS News' Peter Allen explains, the once popular "Teflon Tony" isn't so popular anymore.

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Republicans Debate

The 2008 Republican candidates have had their first official debate. Steve Chaggaris, Dep. Pol. Dir. for CBS News, discusses their answers and weighs in on how they might affect the campaign.

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War's Mental Health Toll

Results of surveys conducted on soldiers who have served in war have been disturbing. Combat has severe adverse effects on the mental health of soldiers. David Martin has details.

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Cows Help Make Ethanol Greener

A new facility in Nebraska is making ethanol cheaper to produce than ever before. As Manuel Gallegus reports, cow power is being used to convert corn into ethanol.

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Iraq Welcomes Foreign Support

A two-day summit in Egypt on Iraqi security ended with Iraq's neighbors promising to do a better job of tightening their borders. Charlie D'Agata has more details.

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Rice- I Don't Chase Anyone

Asked why she will leave Egypt without meeting directly with her Iranian counterpart, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice responded that she isn't "given to chasing anyone." Charlie D'Agata reports.

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GOP Candidates Invoke Reagan

Jeff Greenfield reports that the theme of Thursday night's Republican presidential debate was "What Would Reagan Do" ? and not because the debate was held at the Ronald Reagan Library.

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Journalists Fight Back in LA

One journalist manhandled by the LAPD at the May Day immigration rally is suing the cops. The police say videotapes don't tell the whole story. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Notebook- Education Reform

Katie Couric talks about "Strong American Schools," a non-partisan, $60 million initiative started by Bill Gates and Eli Broad to put education on the front burner in the next election.

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Sparks Fly At Debate

Several Republican candidates are using this trip to the West Coast as a fundraising opportunity, while others are trying to get their faces known by voters. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Secret Service Guarding Obama

CBS News has confirmed that Sen. Obama is being guarded by the U.S. Secret Service, the first presidential candidate to receive full protection. Bob Orr has more.

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Remembering Wally Schirra

Wally Schirra, one of the original Mercury astronauts, died today at age 84. He was the third American to orbit the earth. Katie Couric reflects on his life.

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