A tough new set of rules went into effect for smokers that change the way cigarettes are labeled and marketed. As Dean Reynolds reports, will new labels really make a difference?
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Now that the ongoing oil spill is threatening the Fla. coast, 4-thousand Key West residents volunteered to help if and when the oil reaches. Steve Hartman reports on tonight\'s \"Assignment America.\"
As the Gulf oil spill continues, some children along the coast are worried they may have to say goodbye to the only way of life they\'ve ever known. Katie Couric reports on the children of the gulf.
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On tonight\'s edition of \"Ask CBS News\" Sharyl Attkisson answers a submitted question from a viewer online about the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf.
New documents show what should have happened to cut off the flow of oil after the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded. Sharyl Attkisson reports.