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Friday, May 18, 2007

'The Early Show' Online

Friday's stories: Daniel Sieberg and David Walsh discuss ways to keep your kids safe from Internet predators; Bill Geist takes you "Way Off The Road"; and Mike Myers goes green in "Shrek The Third."

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Immigration Bill- Amnesty?

A bipartisan group, including two Bush cabinet members, finalized an immigration bill. Critics are calling it amnesty. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Kennedy On Immigration Bill

Hannah Storm speaks with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., who played a key role to increase bipartisan support for the immigration reform bill.

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First Look- An Immigrant Story

Only On The Web: "Dr. Q" is a Harvard-educated neurosurgeon, but he was once an illegal immigrant working as a migrant farm laborer. Steve Hartman previews a controversial "Assignment America."

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Notebook- Tony Blair's Legacy

British Prime Minister Tony Blair will leave office next month. For many, he will be remembered for his support for the Iraq war. Katie Couric says people might want to consider his domestic legacy.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a jump in crude oil prices; the economic effects of the housing sector's drop; increased demand for corn; and the rising price of the American dream.

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Bill Clinton On Cronkite

Only On The Web: Former President Bill Clinton shares his thoughts on legendary newsman Walter Cronkite. He says Cronkite "represents the best of the First Amendment."

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Clooney Reflects On Cronkite

Only On The Web: In February 1968, Walter Cronkite told the public what he thought about the war in Vietnam. Actor George Clooney talks about the impact of Cronkite's statements.

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Weekend Roundup- Immigration

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including a bipartisan immigration deal, DaimlerChrysler's sale of its Chrysler unit, and the death of Rev. Jerry Falwell.

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Chertoff On Immigration Deal

Only On The Web: Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff tells Bob Orr why the immigration reform package will benefit his department in the war on drugs and terror.

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Immigration Agreement

William Frey, visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institute, discusses the government's bi-partisan agreement on immigration.

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The Citizenship Debate

Conservatives contend talks of amnesty simply offer a free pass to millions of illegal immigrants, but supporters say immigration reform is long overdue. Susan Roberts reports as the debate continues.

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Israeli Air Strikes In Gaza

The air strikes are Israel's way of taking sides in the factional blood letting that broke out a week ago between Islamist Hamas and the secular Fatah movements. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Israelis Angered By Attacks

CBS News RAW: Right-wing Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu surveys the damage from recent Hamas attacks on southern Israel, and a fellow party member urges retaliation.

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Gun Raffle In Virginia

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg came down strongly on a gun shop in Virginia that sells weapons illegally by deciding to sue. The gun shop denied the charges. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Cronkite And The Vietnam War

CBS Evening News anchor Walter Cronkite, who turns 90 today, turned many Americans against the Vietnam War when he spoke out against it in February 1968.

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Bush's Ultimatum For Iraq

The White House listed 16 goals it will demand from the Iraqi government, such as laws to divide oil money and disarming militias by mid-September or lose $2.1 billion in aid. Jim Axelrod reports.

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U.S. Backs Abbas In Palestine

The U.S. is backing Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the battle to fill the void left by Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's death, and it's putting money into the effort. David Martin reports.

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Immigration Laws Reformed

The key to immigration reform will now target those illegal aliens who are real threats, like drug dealers and terrorists, rather than going after housekeepers and landscapers. Bob Orr reports.

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Reaction To Immigration Deal

Some illegal immigrants became skeptical of the new immigration law reform when they learned of the price they would have to pay for a green card. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Search Continues For Soldiers

For the platoon searching for three kidnapped soldiers in Iraq, the mission is personal ? the missing soldiers were from their brigade. Mark Strassmann reports from Iraq.

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Israel Steps Into Mayhem

An Israeli missile strike against a car it claimed was carrying Hamas officials put the country deeper into the mayhem of Palestinian factional fighting. Allen Pizzey reports.

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