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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Is The Iraq Army Loyal?

In an exclusive interview with CBS News, Iraq's prime minister admitted that there is a threat of a coup from the Iraq Army, many of whom served under Saddam Hussein. Lara Logan reports.

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The Man With Tuberculosis

The government wants to know how a man could fly to Europe when he knew he had a rare for of TB. Meanwhile, health officials are searching for passengers on the flights. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Bush On New AIDS Initiative

CBS News RAW: President Bush called on Congress to approve increased AIDS relief funding for African nations. First lady Laura Bush will travel to Africa to assess progress in the region.

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Pope Prays For Missing Toddler

The parents of missing 4-year-old Madeleine McCann took their pleas to Pope Benedict XVI in Vatican City in an effort to gain wider attention for the searcg for their daughter. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Bush Selects World Bank Chief

CBS News RAW: President Bush announced his choice of Robert Zoellick to head the World Bank after controversy led Paul Wolfowitz to resign from the post.

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G-8 Leaders Divided On Climate

Global warming is expected to top the agenda at the upcoming G-8 summit in Germany, and disagreements about how to address the problem have already begun. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Holding Out Hope For Madeleine

CBS News RAW: Madeleine McCann's parents held a press conference after meeting the pope in Vatican City in the hopes that publicizing their plight might lead to the return of their daughter.

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Prayers For Madeleine's Return

CBS News RAW: Pope Benedict XVI comforted the parents of missing 4-year-old Madeleine McCann. They traveled to the Vatican to meet him, asking for prayers and her safe return.

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Grading No Child Left Behind

CBS News and Time magazine look at the successes and failures of the No Child Left Behind program while the federal government's role in education comes under review.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a rejection by United Health Care shareholders to control executive salaries; investors anticipate a change in oil prices; and a Michael Jackson memorabilia auction.

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Dozier- 25 Surgeries Later

CBS News' Kimberly Dozier was severely injured last year by a car bomb in Baghdad. Most of the damage was to the right side of her body, Dozier tells Katie Couric about her injuries and surgeries.

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Made For Mobile News

The late afternoon news update: Fred Thompson still toying with a presidential run, Lindsay Lohan's dad speaks out, a man who can leap over cars and much more. Ramy Inocencio reports.

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Made For Mobile News

Today's late lunch news update: A tuberculosis-ridden man is now under quarantine, the Governator is in Canada and who's eating the Queen of England's favorite dog? Ramy Inocencio reports.

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Eye To Eye- Kathy Cox

Only On The Web: Kathy Cox, Georgia's State Superintendent of Schools, talks with Kelly Wallace about raising expectations for her students in order to improve their performance.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on new ways to detect bird flu; "superbugs" make the leap from hospitals to community settings; and the link between whole grains and reduced risk of heart disease and stroke.

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Gates Unveils Surface Computer

CBS News RAW: Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates introduced the first commercially available surface computer at the Wall Street Journal's "All Things Digital Conference."

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Fuel For Thought

As the price of gas climbs higher, Americans are wondering if the U.S. should build more refineries. Lou Pugliaresi, Pres. of the Energy Resource Policy Foundation, offers his thoughts.

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Troops Seek Missing Britons

U.S. and Iraqi forces conducted a series of raids in an effort to find five Britons kidnapped from the Iraqi Finance Ministry. Susan Roberts reports that the search comes amid a spike in casualties.

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Bombs Kill 40 In Baghdad

Two vehicle-born bombs have torn through Baghdad, destroying a mosque and leaving a total of 40 people dead and many more injured. Tucker Reals has the story.

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Election Developments

Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Pol. Ed for CBSNews.com, weighs in on Barack Obama's health care plan, Hillary Clinton's new biographies and other important developments in the 2008 presidential race.

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The Cost Of Success

Up to the Minute Military Analyst Mitch Mitchell weighs in on recent casualties and what it may take for the U.S. to succeed in Iraq.

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