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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Notebook- Bush And Darfur

Katie Couric comments on President Bush's decision to enforce new economic sanctions against Sudan over the genocide in Darfur.

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First Look- Dozier's Recovery

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's top "Evening News" stories, including his segment on climate change and a report on the recovery of Kimberly Dozier, seriously wounded in Iraq.

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CBS Mobile News Commuter Cast

The early evening news update: A tuberculosis warning, new sanctions against Sudan, migrating sea turtles and much more. Ramy Inocencio reports.

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The Late Afternoon Update

The late afternoon news update: an attack on Hamas caught on tape, riots in Germany, the Police kick off a reunion tour and a sky-high look at "The Fantastic Four" sequel. Ramy Inocencio reports.

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Inside The Troop Surge

Only On The Web: David Martin talks to Stephen Biddle from the Council on Foreign Relations about the troop surge in Iraq. Biddle doesn't have an optimistic view on the surge.

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Sanctions Aim To Foil Genocide

Only On The Web: Bill Plante takes a closer look at the newly appointed economic sanctions on the Sudan and whether these restrictions will have an effect on thwarting the genocide in Darfur.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on holiday trading on Wall Street; plans for a historic public interview between the CEOs of Apple and Microsoft; and a hot job market for recent college grads.

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Dozier Reflects On Tragedy

Kimberly Dozier sits down with Harry Smith to reflect on the roadside IED that forever changed so many lives, including her own.

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More Trouble For Lohan

Following her underage DUI arrest over Memorial Day weekend, more unflattering photos of actress Lindsey Lohan are making tabloid front pages. Meg Oliver reports.

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Bush To Impose Sudan Sanctions

President Bush has imposed economic sanctions against Sudan in an effort to curb the bloodshed in the African country's Darfur region. Bill Plante reports.

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May- Deadliest Month Of '07

The U.S. military reports that 10 soldiers were killed on Memorial Day, bringing the total for May to 112, the deadliest month this year. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush- Act Now On Immigration

CBS News RAW: Speaking at the Federal Law Enforcement Academy in Glynco, Ga., President Bush urged members of both political parties to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill.

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CBS Mobile News Lunchbox

A lunchtime roundup of the morning's news: Miss USA takes a fall, sports scores, new sanctions against Sudan and much more. Ramy Inocencio reports.

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Triumph After Tragedy

Katie Couric takes a look back at the tragic attack that left CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier severely injured. Watch "Flashpoint," the complete special on Kimberly Dozier's recovery.

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Bush Orders Sanctions On Sudan

CBS News RAW: Following President Bashir's failure to allow U.N. peacekeeping forces in Darfur, President Bush announced tough new economic sanctions against the Sudan.

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The Road To Recovery

CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier was severely injured in Iraq last Memorial Day while reporting on the war. A years later, and after countless surgeries, she tells her story.

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Maliki- Surge Is Helping

The U.S. military says it was a deadly chain reaction of events that cost six soldiers their lives on Memorial Day. But Lara Logan also reports that Iraqi PM al-Maliki says the troop surge is helping.

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Troop Surge Complete

CBS News has learned that all the U.S. troops for the surge in Iraq are now in the country. Military officials say there will a higher number of casualties in the coming months. David Martin reports.

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Tuberculosis Scare

Federal health officials say the U.S. government has placed a man with a rare form of tuberculosis in quarantine. He may have exposed passengers on two flights to the disease. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Eye To Eye- Brolan And Douglas

Only On The Web: CBS News cameraman Paul Douglas and soundman James Brolan were killed in a car bomb in Iraq one year ago. Mark Phillips pays tribute to his late colleagues.

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Searching For WWII Veterans

More than 16 million Americans served during World War II, but only about 3 million are alive today. One filmmaker is searching out as many a he can to document their stories. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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U.S. And Iran Hold Talks

Lara Logan reports from Baghdad on the historic talks between the U.S. and Iran. The topic of discussion: Iraq's future.

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Notebook- Kimberly Dozier

Katie Couric honors CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier, who was injured by a bomb while reporting on the war from Iraq. She reminds us to remember everyone who is risking their lives for our safety.

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