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Headline News #790447

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 19, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Studio: Erica Hill) The race issue in the Senate battle over President Bush's judicial nominee Janice Rogers Brown & the effort for a compromise over the contested nominees; late word from Michael Jackson's molestation trial that former attorney Mark Geragos will be back tomorrow to clarify his testimony & today's defense testimony; the opening of the new "Stars Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" movie & word that illegal copies are circulating on the Internet; the theft of data from Lexis-Nexis, the giant database service & a moment caught on tape reported. [Senate majority leader Bill FRIST - reacts to the talk about Rogers Brown.] Video shown from Little Canada, Minnesota, of a car plowing into a sheriff's deputy on the side of a road.

Brown, Aaron;
Hill, Erica

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