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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Hardball College Tour - Villanova University

John McCain takes part in the Hardball College Tour at Villanova University on Tuesday, April 15th.

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Pope's First Visit To The U.S.

Pope Benedict XVI made his first visit to the White House, where a crowd of 9,000 serenaded the Pope for his 81st birthday. Susan Roberts reports.

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Court Upholds Lethal Injection

Only On The Web: Reporting outside the Supreme Court, CBS News' Wyatt Andrews breaks down the justices' decision to uphold Kentucky's use of lethal injection executions.

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AP Photographer Freed In Iraq

CBS News RAW: The U.S. military has released Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein after holding him for more than two years without filing formal charges.

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Gaza Gunfight Kills Seven

Four militants and three Israeli soldiers were killed in a gunfight in Gaza. The clash comes as former president Jimmy Carter participates in peace talks in the region. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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The Road To Pennsylvania

Katie Couric speaks with chief White House correspondent Bob Schieffer about Democratic battleground in Pennsylvania, where the neck-and-neck race is still too close to call.

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Gun Control Debate Rages On

One year after the Virginia Tech massacre, the debate over gun control continues. But as Chip Reid reports, weapons remain accessible to the people considered capable of carrying out a similar event.

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Court Restores Death Penalty

The Supreme Court ruled that death by lethal injection does not qualify as torture, ending a seven-month moratorium on executions in 10 states. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Virginia Tech- One Year Later

On the first anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre, Katie Couric reflects on the shooting rampage that left 33 students dead and brought to light the harsh realities of gun violence in America.

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Pope's Birthday Celebrated

With over 13,000 spectators, the pope celebrated his 81st birthday at the White House. But as Byron Pitts reports, the pontiff's message was far more serious than what the crowds would have assumed.

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Notebook- Pope Benedict XVI

Pope Benedict XVI is visiting the United States for the first time. But, his visit has been shadowed by the clergy sexual abuse scandals. Katie Couric comments.

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Chance Of A Lifetime

The Early Show's Maggie Rodriguez grew up Catholic and has waited her whole life to see the pope. She speaks with Harry Smith about the personal meaning for her of getting to see Pope Benedict XVI.

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Of Popes And Presidents

For much of the 20th century, relations between the U.S. and the Vatican were strained and distrustful. Bill Plante recounts the history of how the relationship between pope and president has changed.

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Preparing For The Pope

The White House has been preparing for months for the Pope's visit on his 81st birthday. Laura Bush's chief of staff Anita McBride tells Maggie Rodriguez all about it.

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White House Fanfare For Pope

Pope Benedict XVI will celebrate his 81st birthday in Washington, D.C. amid great pomp and fanfare. Maggie Rodriguez details Benedict's itinerary and speaks with Father Thomas Williams.

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VA Tech Day Of Remembrance

A year after the Virginia Tech massacre in which 32 people died, students Amie Steele and Frederick Cook talk about what their school suffered. Harry Smith reports.

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Church Scandals Hound Pope

Victims of sex abuse in the Catholic church are upset the pope is not visiting Boston during his U.S. trip. One victim shares his concerns and Maggie Rodriguez interviews a theologian.

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Fast Draw- Oil Prices

Josh Landis and Mitch Butler of the "Fast Draw" team take a close look at what determines the price of oil and the impact price fluctuations have on the overall U.S. economy.

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MoneyWatch

Strong earnings from JP Morgan Chase, Coca Cola and Intel improved the mood on Wall Street. But, as the Fed's latest survey shows, hard economic times are slowing consumption. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Intel's earnings surpassed expectations; there's no relief in sight at the gas pump; and Congress is concerned the Delta-Northwest merger will create a monopoly.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Wednesday: Crowds cheer for the Pope's birthday; a Supreme Court ruling on lethal injections; gun control debates continue; polygamist Mothers defend their lifestyles; and remembering Virginia Tech.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Wednesday: Crowds cheer for the Pope's birthday; a Supreme Court ruling on lethal injections; gun control debates continue; polygamist Mothers defend their lifestyles; and remembering Virginia Tech.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Tonight: The pope draws the largest crowd ever for a White House event. The Supreme Court clears the way for states to proceed with executions. And, polygamists open their Texas compound to reporters.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Tonight: The pope draws the largest crowd ever for a White House event. The Supreme Court clears the way for states to proceed with executions. And, polygamists open their Texas compound to reporters.

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MICHELLE O ON COLBERT; Hillary's Whiskey Shot,Barack's Hoops

MICHELLE O ON COLBERT; Hillary's Whiskey Shot,Barack's Hoops

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