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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Reaching Kids Via Advergaming

Only On The Web: Advertisers know that the consumers of tomorrow are the kids of today. Children are being inundated with advertisements within computer games. John Blackstone reports.

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Green Jeans In Paris

A French environmental group has published research showing the high energy cost of washing jeans, igniting a trend that has many fashion-conscious Parisians going green. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Baghdad's New Graduates

CBS News RAW: Some 3,000 future engineers at Baghdad's University of Technology celebrated their graduation in spite of ongoing violence in the Iraqi capital.

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Bomber Kills 24 In Pakistan

CBS News RAW: A suicide bomb detonated in a crowded hotel in Peshawar, in northwest Pakistan, killing at least 24 people. No group has claimed responsibility for the blast so far.

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Schieffer-Snow Jam Session

Only On The Web: CBS' Bob Schieffer and White House press secretary Tony Snow have a battle of their bands at a fundraiser Monday night in Washington, D.C. Snow's band won.

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Soaring Gas Prices

Lawmakers are grilling energy officials about gas and oil prices as the cost of one gallon of gas continues to rise above $3. Susan Roberts reports on how drivers are coping.

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Iraq Hostage Situation Feared

As searches continue unsuccessfully, the military has acknowledged fears that three missing U.S. soldiers may have been abducted by al Qaeda terrorists. Gwen Belton reports.

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Falwell- Friend Of Israel

In a 2002 "60 Minutes" report, Rev. Jerry Falwell tells Bob Simon about his ardent support for Israel. He says that then-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon can depend on President Bush.

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Falwell On Islam, Mohammed

In a 2002 interview with "60 Minutes" correspondent Bob Simon, Rev. Jerry Falwell made some highly controversial statements about Islam. He referred to Mohammed as a "terrorist."

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Outsourcing- The Philippines

An increasing number of American companies are outsourcing their jobs to foreign countries. CBS News' Gaby Tabunar reports on computer companies that are outsourcing to the Philippines.

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A Look At Falwell

Religious advocate Jerry Falwell has passed away. Dan Gilgoff, author of "The Jesus Machine", looks back at Falwell's life and examines the effect he's had on modern politics.

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Starbuck's Umbrella Campaign

Dave Price talks with two representatives of Starbuck's green umbrella campaign and learns about what individuals can do to reduce energy consumption in the fight against global warming.

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The Sober Truth

Former Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Joseph Califano sits down with Harry Smith to discuss substance abuse and addiction across America, which is the topic of his latest book.

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Keeping Seniors Safe

Harry Smith speaks with former FBI agent-in-charge Don Clark about offering protection to the elderly, following the arrest of a Detroit man in the savage beating of a 91-year-old during a car theft.

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Schieffer Battles Snow

At a fundraiser in Washington, D.C., White House press secretary Tony Snow battled CBS News' chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer in a battle of the bands.

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Military Mobilizes For Search

The U.S. military has stepped up its search efforts to find three missing soldiers, amid fears they may have been kidnapped by al Qaeda insurgents. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Tom Allen- We Can Do Better?

Announcing the truth on Tom Allen's announcement for U.S. Senate in Maine.

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Iraq Troop Security Analyzed

Nathaniel Fick, a marine veteran and author, speaks with Harry Smith about troop security in Iraq, and weighs in on the possible hostage situation involving U.S. soldiers.

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Insurgents- We Have Soldiers

A massive search for three missing U.S. soldiers continues in Iraq. An al Qaeda group claims that they are holding the soldiers hostage, without proof. Mark Strassmann reports.

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