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Monday, May 21, 2007

Senate Battle Over Immigration

Lawmakers have started debate on an immigration reform bill that would give 12 million illegal immigrants legal status and a path to U.S. citizenship. Susan Roberts reports.

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Gas Prices Fuel Cost-Cutting

From carpooling to slowing down, rising gas prices have many Americans finding ways to reduce energy consumption. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Report- Immigration Costs High

CBS News RAW: In a report released by conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation, the costs of unskilled workers are weighed against their projected contributions to the U.S. tax system.

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Reality Check On Immigration

Republicans say the immigration reform now on the Senate floor treats illegal immigrants too well. Democrats are worried the bill doesn?t treat them well enough. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Lebanese Urban Warfare

For the second straight day, Lebanese troops have been pounding a refugee camp with artillery and tank fire. Their target is a militant group suspected of having al Qaeda ties. Mark Phillips reports.

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The Kulesas' Everlasting Love

Harry Smith introduces you to Stanley and Virginia Kulesa, who have been together for 61 years and say their great love affair almost never happened.

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Katrina Heroes Honored

Harry Smith speaks with Caroline Kennedy and the recipients of this year's Profile in Courage award, Houston Mayor Bill White and New Orleans school teacher Doris Voitier.

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Former Marine On Missing GIs

Hannah Storm speaks with author and former U.S. Marine Nathanial Fick about the intelligence reports surrounding the case of three American soldiers missing in Iraq.

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Missing GIs Might Be Alive

As another deadly attack claims the lives of 15 U.S. soldiers, a massive search continues in Iraq to find kidnapped troops. Top brass believes they could still be alive. Mark Strassmann reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the stock market's seventh straight week of gains; housing market reports; tech sector shakeups; and continuing trade talks between the U.S. and China.

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First Look- Immigration Debate

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's top stories, including a new study linking the diabetes drug Avandia to heart attacks and the immigration policy debate.

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Lebanon Erupts in Violence

Lebanon has erupted with violence as Lebanese troops battled with al Qaeda-linked militants in a Palestinian refugee camp. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk weighs in.

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Giuliani On The Iraq War

CBS News RAW: Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani talks to David Letterman about the war in Iraq.

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Moore, "Sicko" In Cannes

ShowBuzz RAW: Michael Moore held a news conference at Cannes Film Festival to launch his new project "Sicko," a film that examines U.S. health care services.

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State Of The Iraq War

Bob Schieffer is joined by Major General (Ret.) Paul Eaton and military historian Frederick Kagan to talk about the war in Iraq and when the U.S. may be able to bring its troops home.

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Alberto Gonzales' Future

Bob Schieffer talks to Senators Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Arlen Specter, R-Penn., about whether Attorney General Alberto Gonzales will resign.

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