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Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Bush In Tornado-Struck Kansas

President Bush landed in Kansas for an up-close look at the damage caused by last Friday's tornado. FEMA has already set up camp in Greensburg, which was almost wiped out. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Chinese Language Boom In U.S.

For more than a billion people worldwide, Chinese is the native tongue. In the United States, thousands of students are now learning the language. Barry Petersen reports.

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Cheney Admits Security Issues

The Vice President arrived in Iraq wearing body armor, a reminder that everyone is a target. He warned lawmakers not to take a two-month recess, saying time is of the essence. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Bush Lifts Spirits In Kansas

During his trip to Greensburg, Kan., President Bush saw some of the homes and businesses that were destroyed by a huge twister and offered comfort to the victims. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's stories: Sen. Lindsey Graham talks about serving in Iraq; why lending offers may be targeting you; and Danny Lipford shows off the latest home appliances.

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Weapons Amassed In Terror Plot

Police say the suspects in a New Jersey terror cell bought automatic assault weapons to carry out a planned attack on military personnel at the Fort Dix army installation. Bob Orr reports.

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Senator's Secret Mission

In an exclusive interview, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., talks about being the first U.S. Senator to experience active duty while serving the military in Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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'Hour Of Victory'

Midway Games' World War II-based shooter "Hour of Victory" will hit store shelves this summer. Check out the breathtaking scenes from the official trailer.

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Sacrifices For A Future

What was supposed to be an important river damming project has turned into a nightmare for residents of one town in China. Barry Petersen reports on the local government's broken promises.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Federal Reserve meeting; strong earnings reports from Cisco and Disney; a court victory for NYSE chairman Richard Grasso; and overall home sales expected to fall.

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Cheney In Iraq, Blast In Irbil

CBS News RAW: Vice President Dick Cheney arrived for a surprise visit to Iraq as a suicide blast in the normally peaceful Kurdish region left at least 19 people dead at the Interior Ministry.

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Paris Won't Go To Jail Quietly

Supporters on the Internet are petitioning to "free Paris," but Hattie Kauffman finds people on the street are not as sympathetic to the heiress' plight.

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Breaking The Record

With every home run, Barry Bonds moves closer to breaking Hank Aaron's record. Jeff Pearlman, author of "Love Me, Hate Me," discusses the unauthorized biography and weighs in on Bonds' fame.

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Northern Ireland United

After years of turmoil, Northern Ireland's warring sides have pledged to form a unified government with shared goals. Sean O'Driscoll, a journalist for the Belfast Telegraph, weighs in.

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A New Vietnam?

Some experts are calling the Iraq war a modern-day Vietnam. Ken Walsh of U.S. World News & Report discusses a recent article on the topic and offers his thoughts.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on an anticipated change in interest rates; drivers brace for a summer with $4 gas; and a failed attempt by airlines to raise fares in response to rising fuel costs.

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First Look- Foiled Terror Plot

Only On The Web: Senior producer Bill Owens previews tonight's top stories, including a foiled plot to attack a New Jersey military base, flooding in the Midwest and executions in America.

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