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Sunday, May 27, 2007

Iraq Insurgent Tactics

CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports on how insurgents in Iraq are updating their tactics in fighting U.S. troops, including burying bombs in concrete.

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The War's Effect

After their tour was extended, many of the fathers, son and brothers came to a different view of the war in Iraq. Meanwhile, their wives were getting used to carrying the load, alone.

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The Mission

The 1st Battalion of the 133rd Infantry of the Iowa National Guard was ordered to run convoy protection on the highways of perhaps the worst place for a soldier in Iraq: Anbar Province.

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The Call

When they went to Iraq, the soldiers of the Iowa National Guard left their loved ones with high hopes. Most had never seen combat before and some would never see Iowa again.

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Travel Deals And Steals

You can find almost anything on the internet, but when it comes to making travel plans, some of the best deals may be found offline. Ray Hennessey, Editor of SmartMoney.com, has some tips.

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Bush Greets 'Rolling Thunder'

CBS News RAW: President Bush greeted members of the "Rolling Thunder" leadership at the White House before leading the group into the Oval Office for a private meeting.

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Getting A Message Across

Graduation ceremonies have speakers from all walks of life. Oprah Winfrey spoke at Howard University and President Bush held the stage at the Coast Guard Academy. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Crippling Inflation In Iran

Shoppers and merchants in Iran are reeling from the crippling inflation brought on by U.N. imposed sanctions. Their president has vowed not to stop its nuclear program. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Eye On The Fuel Gauge

Will an auto industry ad campaign slow down the drive for better gas mileage? Bianca Solorzano reports.

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More Soldiers Killed In Iraq

May is on pace to be the deadliest month for U.S. troops in Iraq in over two years. At least 103 soldiers have been killed. Lara Logan reports from Iraq.

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Congress Faces District Voters

Members of Congress face tough questions about the war in Iraq as they talked to voters back in their home districts. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Making Meaning Out Of Loss

All across the country this Memorial Day, families of those killed in Iraq are searching for, and finding, different ways to make meaning out of loss. Thalia Assuras has more.

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Troop Retreat In '08?

New information from the White House suggests that a troop surge may ultimately lead to a slow retreat by 2008, as the Iraq war grows more unpopular with American voters. Mark Strassmann reports.

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1979- John Paul II In Poland

This Week In History: Pope John Paul II was welcomed by thousands on a trip to his homeland on June 2, 1979.

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