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Sunday, April 6, 2008

GPS Theft On Rise

Sales for Global Positioning System devices, better known as GPS, are booming. But as Bianca Solorzano reports, GPS devices are also increasingly popular among thieves.

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Death Of A Legend

Oscar-winning actor Charleton Heston, 84, died at his home in Beverly Hills surrounded by his family. Bill Whitaker reports on his legacy.

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Kennedy On MLK Assassination

Robert F. Kennedy gave a powerful, but little known speech after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and helped ease one city's pain. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Power Struggle In Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has called for a recount in the country's election and has not released the contested results. Richard Roth reports.

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Violence Ignited In Sadr City

Violent fighting in Sadr City has erupted between Iraqi troops backed by U.S. forces and Shiite gunmen. Lara Logan reports.

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On Patrol In Sadr City

Only On The Web: Lara Logan speaks with U.S. Army Captain Logan Veath, as American forces patrol Sadr City in order to push Shiite militias farther away from the Green Zone.

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New Air Technology Takes Off

Technical problems continue to plague the aviation industry, as 60,000 flights are sent into the air every day. David Pogue examines a new system devised by the FAA which could provide a solution.

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Petraeus Report Preview

Nancy Youssef of the McClatchy Newspapers and the Washington Post's Rajiv Chandrasekaran tell Bob Schieffer about General Petraeus' forthcoming progress report on Iraq.

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Musical Impact On The Cold War

Bob Schieffer notes that a young American pianist named Van Cliburn, who won a musical competition in Moscow during the height of the Cold War, was able to raise morale throughout the U.S.

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Forecast On Iraq

CBS Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan, Nancy Youssef of the McClatchy Newspapers, and the Washington Post's Rajiv Chandrasekaran speak with Bob Schieffer about the current state of Iraq.

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Howard Dean Calls For Unity

Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean tells Bob Schieffer that the superdelegates must select a candidate before the national conventional in Denver in order to preserve party unity.

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Siegelman Says 'No Deal'

Former Ala. Governor Don Siegelman tells Scott Pelley that he did not offer any special deal to HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy in exchange for a $500,000 contribution to an education lottery campaign.

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Harris Testimony Overlooked?

Alabama Republican Elmer Harris, the former head of Siegelman's transition team, says that Siegelman did not accept a bribe and his testimony might have saved Siegelman from incarceration.

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Siegelman- What Next?

Former Ala. Governor Don Siegelman tells Scott Pelley that his ambitions for politics were on the national level but now, at 62, he is starting over.

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Siegelman Says 'No Deal'

Former Ala. Governor Don Siegelman tells Scott Pelley that he did not offer any special deal to HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 for Siegelman's campaign for a statewide lottery.

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The Path To War

The first Pentagon insider to give his account of the run-up to war says the attack on Iraq was more a defensive move against the threat of Saddam Hussein than a retaliation for the 9/11 attacks. Steve Kroft reports.

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China's Sovereign Wealth Fund

For the first time, China's government-controlled $200 billion sovereign wealth fund discusses its investment philosophy and addresses concerns. Lesley Stahl reports.

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A Bigger Leap For Mankind

With the Space Shuttle program ending soon, NASA is planning to return men to the moon in preparation for a manned flight to Mars. Bob Simon reports.

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Rooney At The Auto Show

Andy Rooney visited the International Auto Show in New York and enjoyed viewing all the cars that he "doesn't want to buy."

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