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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Ex-Gonzales Aide On Firings

CBS News RAW: The Justice Department's former White House liaison, Monica Goodling, told Congress that Deputy Attorney Gen. Paul McNulty was not candid in his testimony but denied wrongdoing.

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General On Unidentified Body

CBS News RAW: Gen. William Caldwell of the multi-national force in Iraq said the search for three missing soldiers continues despite the discovery of a corpse that may be one of those soldiers.

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Search For Soldiers Goes On

Results are pending on tests being run on a man found floating in the Euphrates River who was wearing Army gear. Meanwhile, the search continues for three missing soldiers. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Tension Between U.S. And Iran

Although a Navy task force with 17,000 troops has arrived in the Persian Gulf, Iran probably regards military action against them as remote, due to the war in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Sabotaging Iran's Nukes

The U.S. and other allied nations have turned to sabotage to try to hinder Iran's efforts to enrich uranium. But Iran is working to counter the sabotage. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Notebook- Monica Goodling

Monica Goodling testified today in hearings on the firing of eight U.S. Attorneys. Katie Couric says politics shouldn't trump competence when it comes to running the government.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's stories: Florida Gov. Charlie Crist on record gas prices; financial adviser Ray Martin shares advice on paying off student loan debt; and Julie Chen finds out about the best swimsuit fits.

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Florida Governor On Gas Prices

Hannah Storm speaks with Florida Gov. Charlie Crist about the effects of rapidly rising gas prices and what can be done to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil supplies.

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Capitol Bob On '08 Candidates

CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer speaks with Julie Chen about Al Gore and Fred Thompson, two men who have not announced '08 campaigns, but are stirring up support.

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Compromise On War Spending?

A new war spending bill is being discussed in Congress, but many Democrats are refusing to endorse any measure that does not set a timeline for U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Corpse Could Be Missing GI

Iraqi authorities say that a body found floating in the Euphrates River could possibly be one of the three missing U.S. soldiers. U.S. officials have not confirmed the report. Mark Strassmann reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the impact of oil industry consolidation on consumers; the latest report on U.S. crude stockpiles; and how a busy hurricane season could cause a jump in gas prices.

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Student Loan Advice

People are graduating this month and two-thirds of them will leave school with a pile of debt. Ray Martin shares advice with Harry Smith about managing and paying off your student loans.

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Verona's All-Natural Gelato

Seasonal flavors and all-local ingredients make Roberto Bonato's gelato healthier for people and better for the environment, and fans in Verona say it's tastier, too. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Eye To Eye- Iran's Nuke Power

Only On The Web: Mark Fitzpatrick of the International Institute for Strategic Studies talks with Sheila MacVicar about Iran's nuclear program and what is being done to stall it.

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A Named Enemy

President Bush has once again named Osama bin Laden as the enemy in Iraq. CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk analyzes the struggle between the U.S. and al Qaeda.

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Political Powers

Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon will both go down in history as powers in their own right. Robert Dallek, author of "Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power," offers his expertise on their legacies.

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NYC Cabs To Go Hybrid

CBS News RAW: In an effort to go green, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that all of the city's yellow cabs will be hybrid vehicles by 2012.

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War Isn't Funny, This Movie Is

Three hapless guys mistaken as army reservists, loaded onto an army plane headed to Iraq, then mistakenly ejected in a Humvee in Mexico. Karina Mahtani-Mitchell has the story.

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Entertainment News Roundup

Brangelina at Caanes; Leo DiCaprio on his new pro-environment film; Paula Abdul's mishap; and the Briton awards. Ramy Inocencio has the day's entertainment news roundup.

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