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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Hernandez- 'Hands On Fire'

Only On The Web: Sgt. Ezequiel Hernandez recalls when he and other members of the Army's Fourth Infantry Division, as well as three CBS News crewmembers, were hit by a roadside bomb.

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Flores On Roadside Bombing

Only On The Web: Spc. Izzy Flores recalls the moment he realized a roadside bomb had badly injured CBS News' Kimberly Dozier and other members of the Fourth Infantry Division in Iraq.

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Farrar Remembers Explosion

Only On The Web: Sgt. Justin Farrar says "everything went black" right after the roadside bombing in Iraq that killed two CBS News crew members, an Army captain and his Iraqi translator.

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N.J. Governor On Seat Belts

N.J. Gov. John Corzine and the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration produced a PSA promoting seat belt safety. Corzine was injured in a car accident and was not wearing his seat belt.

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Al Qaeda's Goals In Iraq

Only On The Web: Jim Hoge, editor of Foreign Affairs magazine, talks with Jeff Greenfield about the goals of al Qaeda in Iraq and how it uses the media to advance their objectives.

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Pelley's Reporter's Notebook

Only On The Web: Scott Pelley discusses his "60 Minutes" report on a battalion of many fathers, sons and brothers, part of the Iowa National Guard, that was sent to Iraq on a dangerous mission.

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New Reasoning For Iraq War

Only On The Web: Bill Plante takes another look at President Bush's recent speech at the Coast Guard academy in which he said that victory in Iraq is the key to preventing terrorism in the U.S.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the soaring cost of beef; investors await a report on new home sales; jail time for a former Coke employee; and the conclusion of talks between the U.S. and China.

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Girl Sweeps Geography Bee

Caitlin Snaring became the first girl to win the geography bee in 16 years, winning a $25,000 scholarship with plans to travel the world as an ambassador for world peace. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Expert On Terrorism In Iraq

Terrorism analyst and security expert Paul Kurtz speaks with Harry Smith about terrorism in Iraq. Kurtz says that the U.S. invasion has created a fertile ground for terrorism.

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Body Identified As Missing GI

U.S. military officials confirmed that a corpse found in the Euphrates River is that of a missing American soldier, Joseph Anzack. The search for his two comrades continues. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Bush- Keep The Battle Abroad

Will the battle come to these shores if the U.S. pulls out of Iraq? Jim Hoge, editor of Foreign Affairs magazine, says the terrorists lack the capability to do so. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Collecting On Insurance Claims

A two-month CBS News investigation into health care finds that many individual insurers will do everything possible to avoid paying out on expensive claims. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Bush Warns Of Violent Summer

More than 70 percent of Americans disapprove of President Bush's handling of Iraq and think the country is on the wrong track. Mr. Bush says it's too soon to judge his surge plan. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Warning To Wear Your Seat Belt

From HBO's Tony Soprano to New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine, drivers are being warned ? in a variety of ways ? to wear a seat belt. Nancy Cordes has more.

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A Passport For Terror

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff says an attack on the U.S., similar to 9/11, would likely be prevented today due to access to more revealing passenger information. Bob Orr reports.

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Eye To Eye- Michael Chertoff

Only On The Web: The U.S. has increased security checks at home since Sept. 11, 2001. But Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff tells Bob Orr European flights are a hole in the system.

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First Look- President Bush

Only On The Web: President Bush held a news conference in the Rose Garden on Thursday. Jim Axelrod offers a roundup of the conference, which will be spotlighted in tonight's "Evening News."

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Special Report- Bush

CBS News Special Report: Katie Couric has a special report on President Bush's news conference from the Rose Garden, in which he addressed the war in Iraq and the immigration bill.

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One Missing Soldier Found Dead

The body of one missing soldier in Iraq has been found, and President Bush says finding two other missing soldiers is a primary concern. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush Pushes New War Bill

CBS News RAW: During his speech in the Rose Garden, President Bush called on Congress to approve newly proposed legislation for Iraq war spending.

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Dust Death Added To 9/11 List

A woman who died of lung disease five months after 9/11 was added to the New York City medical examiner's list of attack victims. WCBS-TV's Lou Young reports.

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Bush Shifts Iraq Focus

With support for the war continuing to fade, President Bush emphasized his government's pledge to stop terrorism at its source by continuing the war in Iraq. Bill Plante reports.

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Iran Faces Tougher Sanctions

A United Nations watchdog group confirmed that Iran is accelerating its uranium enrichment program. President Bush is threatening stricter sanctions against the country. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Taxing Udall

Boulder liberal Mark Udall's taxing political double speak, and its cost to Coloradans.

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