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Wednesday, July 30, 2003

Terror Trading Plan Knocked

The Defense Department promises to shut down a new program that would let investors make money by predicting terror attacks, after many attacks on the plan itself, Joie Chen reports.

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Saudi's Want To See Report

The Saudi government fights suggestions that it was involved in the 9/11 attacks, as the White House refuses to de-classify portions of the 9/11 congressional report, Bill Plante reports.

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Consultant Eases New Warnings

Retired Air Force Colonel Randy Larsen, President of Homeland Security Associates, tells The Early Show why Americans should be cautious but not overwhelmed by new al Qaeda threats.

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Home Is Where The Cash Is

This "Making Ends Meet" follows two industries unaffected by the sagging economy: contract remodeling mortgage refinancing. People are still putting money into their homes, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Terror Betting Nixed

Jim Axelrod reports the Pentagon is now scrapping a plan to set up a futures-style market system in which investors would bet on terror attacks.

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Terror Via Legal Loophole

A captured al Qaeda operative says the terror group might use an airport security loophole to hijack another plane and copycat its Sept. 11 WTC attack, David Martin reports.

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