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Thursday, May 10, 2007

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on unchanged interest rates; another record-breaking run for the Dow; Toyota's seventh year of record sales; and a brighter outlook for the housing market.

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Eye To Eye- Pam Stone

Only On The Web: More and more professional women in America are leaving their jobs to focus on raising families. Author Pam Stone talked with Kelly Wallace about this trend.

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Notebook- New Bush Officials

Senior-level Bush administration officials have been resigning from their posts and people are wondering who will fill these vacancies. Katie Couric has a suggestion for the president.

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First Look- Battle Over Iraq

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and senior producer Bill Owens preview tonight's top stories, including the House debate over Iraq, the OxyContin scandal and Florida's wildfires.

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Soldier, Son Reunited

After a seven-month tour of duty in Iraq, Master Sgt. Mark Reeder returned home to Des Moines, Iowa, and surprised his son by turning up at school. Russ Mitchell reports.

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GPS Saves Boy's Life

Harry Smith speaks with the mother of a child whose heart transplant was made possible by a GPS locator and the state trooper who found them at a noisy concert.

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Florida Gov. On Tackling Fires

Gov. Charlie Crist, R-Fla., speaks with Julie Chen about the state's efforts to contain 228 wildfires burning in nearly 80,000 acres of the Sunshine State. Crist also discusses tropical storm Andrea.

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Changing Trend Among Women

In a new trend, women are leaving their jobs to stay at home with their kids. In the last decade, the number of college-educated mothers working outside the home has dropped 7%. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Blair Stepping Down In June

Tony Blair rode a wave of optimism when he assumed his post a decade ago, but some say he will be remembered for one thing: Iraq. He will resign on June 27. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Funding The Troops

Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe is pushing a benchmark bill that sets date-certain goals about the war in Iraq. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Bush Strikes Compromise

Jim Axelrod reports on President Bush's compromise that endorses benchmarks for progress in Iraq. The question is, what made him do it?

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Bush Hints At Compromise

President Bush said there may be another veto in the works, but he also hinted at a compromise with Congress on benchmarks to measure progress in Iraq. Susan Roberts reports.

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Gonzales' House Testimony

CBS News RAW: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the firing of eight U.S. attorneys. He defended his actions as head of the Justice Department.

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Blair To Resign After A Decade

After more than a decade at the helm of England's Parliament, Prime Minister Tony Blair announced his resignation. Blair's future may hold a partnership with Bill Clinton. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bush OK With Iraq Benchmarks

CBS News RAW: President Bush signaled that he would be willing to agree to benchmarks for progress in Iraq but urged Congress to give the current strategy time to work.

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'Watt Watchers' On Patrol

Students at a Texas elementary school are giving their teachers a lesson in conserving energy and saving money. Gwen Belton reports.

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Bush Visits Tornado Victims

During his visit to the tornado-ravaged town of Greensburg, Kan., President Bush met with many residents who lost their homes or loved ones. Drew Levinson reports.

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Bush Visits Tornado Victims

CBS News RAW: Residents of Greensburg, Kan., gave President Bush a warm welcome as he toured areas devastated by last Friday's tornado.

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Protests Greet Cheney In Iraq

Vice President Dick Cheney made an unannounced stop in Baghdad, where he met with Iraq's prime minister and U.S. commanders. Gwen Belton reports that violence continued during the visit.

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