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Monday, May 14, 2007

2008 Election Update

CBS News Sr. Political Editor Vaughn Ververs offers his thoughts on the possibility of a third party in the 2008 election as well as the next debate between the candidates.

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Taliban Leader Killed

Taliban Commander Mullah Dadullah has been killed in Afghanistan. CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk weighs in on what, if any, impact Dadullah's death will have on U.S. forces in the Middle East.

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Cohen Analyzes Padilla Trial

Only On The Web: Legal analyst Andrew Cohen talks with Armen Keteyian about what to expect from the trial of Jose Padilla, a U.S. citizen who is facing terror conspiracy and support charges.

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91-Year-Old Assaulted For Car

Caught On Tape: A 91-year-old World War II veteran is brutally beaten by a man who steals his car. A suspect was later arrested by Detroit police. Kim Craig from WXYZ reports.

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Urban Farming Comes To NYC

New York Sun Works has created a greenhouse floating on the Hudson River, where students learn how to decrease pollution by growing fresh produce right in New York City. Karen Brown reports.

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Road Bomb Kills Danish Soldier

CBS News RAW: In Basra, a roadside bomb engulfs a Danish military vehicle in flames, killing one soldier and leaving six others injured. Iraqis are taped rejoicing in front of the burning tank.

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Insurgents Fire On Search Team

U.S. and Iraqi forces exchanged gunfire with insurgents as the search for missing U.S. soldiers continues. The military believes al Qaeda in Iraq kidnapped the men. Susan Roberts reports.

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Fewer Women Getting Mammograms

A government report just released says that for the first time in two decades, fewer women are getting screened for breast cancer. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.

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Deputy AG McNulty To Resign

Deputy Attorney General Paul Mcnulty has become the highest-ranking Bush administration victim over the firing of eight U.S. attorneys. Bob Orr has more.

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Iraq's Oil Is Vanishing

According to a new GAO report, of the roughly 2 million barrels of crude oil pumped every day in Iraq, 100,000 to 300,000 barrels are unaccounted for. Sharyl Attkisson has more.

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Al Qaeda- Stop The Search

An al Qaeda group that claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of three U.S. troops is now demanding that the 4,000-troop force searching for them stop looking. Mark Strassmann reports.

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School Feeding In Sudan

Almost all of the children at the Kuku School in the Sudanese city of Juba are from families displaced by war. They also get a free meal every day. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Roses, A Mom's Best Friend

Nearly 90 percent of the roses delivered on Mother's Day are imported. As Anthony Mason reports, in some of the areas where the roses are grown there are a lot of issues with the flowers.

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Race Against The Clock

The Islamic State in Iraq claims credit for many brutal attacks. As for the kidnapping claim, U.S. commanders say without proof, it's just a claim. Mark Strassmann reports.

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