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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

First Look- Republican Debate

Only On The Web: Senior producer Bill Owens previews tonight's top stories, including the Republican presidential debate, a massive wildfire in New Jersey and Sen. Barack Obama's roots.

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Notebook- Lobbying Reform Bill

Democratic lawmakers are currently discussing a lobbying reform bill. Katie Couric wonders if the party will follow through on its promise to curb lobbyists' power and clean up Congress.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the housing market's effect on investors; a reorganization at Limited Brands after a dismal profit report; and lawmakers look into rules governing private equity firms.

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Remembering A Soldier

Many soldiers have died while fighting for freedom in Iraq. Alex Kingsbury, Assoc. Ed. for U.S. News & World Report, remembers Staff Sgt. Darell Ray Griffin, Jr. in the current issue.

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Senate Rejects Iraq Bill

Congress is back to the grindstone as the Senate rejected legislation from Democrats to sever funding the war in Iraq after next March. Susan Roberts reports.

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Senate Plans Votes On Iraq

The Senate gears up for another series of votes on the war while three American soldiers have been kidnapped by a group linked to al Qaeda in Iraq. Susan Roberts reports.

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Energy-Saving Solutions

You can be kind to the environment and your wallet all at the same time by making a few small changes around the house. Alexis Christoforous reports on some quick and easy energy-saving tips.

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Falwell's Moral Legacy

Followers of Jerry Falwell remember how the minister's Christian advocacy group, the Moral Majority, impacted the political landscape of the United States. Jeff Glor reports.

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Prince Harry Staying Put

Britain's top general announced that Prince Harry, third in line to the throne, will not be sent to Iraq citing specific threats against him and his regiment. Mark Phillips reports.

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Companies Drawn To Philippines

The Philippines' largely English-trained and college-educated workforce is increasingly attracting U.S. firms seeking new outsourcing outlets. Gary Tabunar reports.

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Va. Tech Massacre Videogame

CBS News RAW: Ryan Lambourn created an amateur video game based on the Virginia Tech massacre that left 32 people dead. Lambourn said he made the game because he thought it was funny.

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China Tightens Adoption Laws

Thousands of Americans have adopted babies in China during the past 20 years. But new regulations created by the Chinese government may limit such adoptions in the future. Celia Hatton reports.

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Search For Troops Moves South

CBS News RAW: U.S. troops from the 23rd Infantry Regiments comb the area south of Baghdad in search of their missing colleagues, thought to have been kidnapped by al Qaeda.

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Republicans Take Jabs

The theme of the evening at the second Republican presidential debate had a lot to do with the Rev. Jerry Falwell, but the candidates found time to take jabs at each other. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Irish Tie To Barack Obama

Rector Stephen Neill thinks he has traced Barack Obama's Irish roots on his mother's side to a great-great-great-great grandfather named Joseph Kearney. Richard Roth reports.

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Harry Held Back From Iraq

Britian's chief of general staff said that due to specific threats from insurgents in Iraq, Prince Harry will not accompany his regiment when the deploy. Mark Phillips has the latest.

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People In FEMA Trailers Ill

The government says 86,000 families are living in FEMA trailers in Katrina's wake. A doctor has noticed a curious link between people getting sick and where they live. Armen Keteyian has more.

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Katrina- 21 Months Later

Out of $110 billion in aid from Congress, less than $20 billion has gone to replace homes, schools and hospitals in Katrina-ravaged areas. Where did the rest go? Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Illegal Internet Drug Sales

In alarming testimony before the Senate, experts described the illegal selling of prescription drugs on the Internet as the next American epidemic. Wyatt Andrews has the story.

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Gaming To Advergaming

Internet games are filled with products like Cheetos, Mountain Dew and Skittles to appeal to young audiences. Experts say the consumers of tomorrow are the children of today. John Blackstone reports.

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Jerry Falwell's Legacy

Historian and CBS analyst Doug Brinkley talks to Jeff Greenfield about the legacy that Rev. Jerry Falwell leaves behind.

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Ft. Drum Feels Loss

Everyone stationed at Ft. Drum, N.Y., is holding their collective breath as they wait to learn the names of those killed or kidnapped during a weekend ambush in Iraq. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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