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Friday, May 25, 2007

Weekend Roundup- Iraq

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the war funding bill; the U.S. trying to sabotage Iran's nuclear program and an update on the 2008 Presidential race.

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First Look- Assignment America

Only On The Web: Katie Couric previews the top stories from tonight's "Evening News" broadcast, and Steve Hartman gives an advance look at his "Assignment America" story.

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Notebook- The Feminine Mistake

Katie Couric discusses Leslie Bennetts' book "The Feminine Mistake." Bennetts says that moms who leave their jobs to raise a family should have a Plan B in case all doesn't go as planned financially.

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We Remember

Family, friends and colleagues pay tribute to CBS News cameraman Paul Douglas and soundman James Brolan, who were killed in a Memorial Day 2006 Baghdad car bombing.

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Flashpoint

Flashpoint, a CBS News primetime special, tells the story of the war in Iraq through the many lives changed forever by one car bomb attack on one day in Baghdad. Tuesday, May 29, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Rietvelt- Blast Drew Attention

Only On The Web: Spc. Scott Rietvelt recalls the moment a roadside bomb hit members of the Fourth Infantry Division and a CBS News crew in Iraq, and reflects on the overuse of the word "hero."

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Reed Remembers Flash Of Light

Only On The Web: Recalling a roadside bombing in Iraq, Staff Sgt. Nathan Reed says something was wrong about the way some cars were parked. He was inspecting a car when the blast happened.

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Presley On Deadly Bomb Blast

Only On The Web: Pfc. Lacye Presley remembers the chaos, fire and casualties caused by a roadside bomb that injured many and killed two CBS News crewmembers, an Army captain and his translator.

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Potter Felt His Hands Burning

Only On The Web: Cpl. Michael Potter says the bomb that hit his Fourth Infantry Division badly burned his hands. He recalls the long and painful recovery.

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Preview- Iowa National Guard

While Americans celebrate Memorial Day, the holiday is no day off for soldiers in Iraq. Scott Pelley followed Guardsmen for nearly 2 years, reporting on their deployment and its effect at home.

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Mootoosammy's Recovery

Only On The Web: Sgt. Daniel Mootoosammy talks about how his colleagues in the Army act like an extended family, helping soldierss recover from traumatic events in Iraq.

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Perez Moments After The Blast

Only On The Web: Spc. Alfredo Perez of the Fourth Infantry Division describes the moments after a blast that killed four people and injured several others in Iraq last Memorial Day.

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Israel Fires Missiles On Gaza

CBS News RAW: Israel sent a flurry of missiles into Gaza City targeting Hamas militants, who continue firing rockets into Israel despite President Abbas' calls to stop the attacks.

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U.N. Chief On Iran, Iraq

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon speaks with Meg Oliver about his concerns for Iran's contested nuclear program, the troubles in Darfur, Middle East tensions and the war in Iraq.

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Bush To Sign War Bill

President Bush is expected to sign the new war funding bill, which Congress approved. The bill does not include withdrawal timetables, but does call for benchmarks. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- Tough Summer Ahead

Only On The Web: President Bush commented on a new bill that sets benchmarks for the Iraqi government, saying the U.S. must fight terrorism abroad before it hits home. Bill Plante reports.

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Gore's 360-Degree Turnaround

Al Gore's efforts to spread the word on global warming are changing the political climate. He points out the mistakes America has made while we watch Britney and K Fed. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Indy 500 Goes Green

In an effort to protect the environment, the race cars at Indy 500 will run on ethanol. The ethanol industry is now targeting race fans. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Iraq- Obama Vs. McCain

Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton voted against the war funding bill, and Sen. John McCain called them out. Obama has a good explanation for his vote and it involves McCain. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Critical Gear Needed In Iraq

Critical equipment like mine-resistant vehicles is being delayed to Iraq due to red tape. Defense Secretary Robert Gates is concerned that supplies aren?t meeting demand. David Martin reports.

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'The Early Show' Online

Friday's stories: A small town police chief goes public with his Alzheimer's battle; a look at the latest GPS gadgets; and Johnny Depp tells Tracy Smith about reprising his infamous "Pirates" role.

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Find Yourself With A GPS

Harry Smith gets a demonstration in the latest gadgets using GPS technology from "The Early Show" science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg.

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Bush Embraces Benchmarks

President Bush is set to sign the new Iraq war funding bill, which congress approved last night. The latest proposal includes benchmarks that the Iraqi military will need to meet. Bill Plante reports.

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Good Luck Or Fowl Behavior?

During his recent speech in the Rose Garden, President Bush got flack not from Democrats or Republicans, but from a fine feathered friend. Jeff Glor has more.

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