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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Notebook- Billy Graham

The Billy Graham Library was dedicated in Charlotte, N.C., today. Katie Couric says the 89-year-old evangelist's life is instructive when it comes to religion and politics.

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Eye To Eye- Nouri al-Maliki

Only On The Web: In an exclusive interview with Lara Logan, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki talks about the security plan and claims that it has prevented more bloodshed in Iraq.

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Reliving Memorial Day 2006

On Memorial Day 2006, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier and her crew accompanied the soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division for a report in Iraq. A car bomb went off and it changed lives forever.

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Expert On Bush's Climate Plan

Only On The Web: Elliot Diringer, the Director of International Strategies at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, talks about President Bush's plan to reduce greenhouse gases.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on record Wall Street closes; rising interest rates for student loans; a $1 million fine for Bristol-Myers Squibb; and Microsoft's new "surface" computer.

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Gore- Environment Under Attack

Harry Smith speaks with former Vice President Al Gore about the problems faced by the environment and American democracy as outlined in his new book, "The Assault On Reason."

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Bush Proposes G-8 Climate Pact

CBS News RAW: Speaking at the U.S. Global Leadership Council, President Bush discussed his message for the upcoming G-8 summit in Germany and unveiled a new initiative to fight global warming.

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Bush's Climate Change Policy

One week before the upcoming G-8 summit, President Bush has called for voluntary international goals for long-term reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Troop Surge Expectations

U.S. military officers have told CBS News that the troop surge has no chance of succeeding by the September timetable. David Martin has more.

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First Look- TB Patient

Only On The Web: Anthony Mason previews the stories in tonight's "Evening News": An update on the tuberculosis patient, a look into ground zero-related illnesses and purchasing illegal drugs.

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Secret CIA Flights

The ACLU is filing a federal lawsuit against the Boeing subsidiary, Jeppesen Dataplan of California, claiming the company helped transport terror suspects who were tortured. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Corpsmen- Lifeline To Soldiers

Kimberly Dozier, wounded in Iraq last year, reports about corpsmen who battle daily to save injured soldiers' lives and help put them back together.

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Is School Testing Fair?

In Georgia, there is a 61 percent gap in results between the state-administered reading test and the national reading test. Kelly Wallace explains.

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