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Thursday, July 31, 2003

Safe Harbors?

Since 9/11, Washington has spent billions of dollars on airport security. But the bigger terrorist threat may be at U.S. seaports. Correspondent Steve Kroft reports.

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Economy Picks Up ? A Little

Thanks to increased consumer spending, the economy soared higher in the second quarter, but not high enough to put a dent in the drastic unemployment rate, Bill Plante reports.

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GI Killed In Airport Ambush

Following a familiar pattern, more U.S. troops were killed by unseen enemies. One was killed an American military truck drove over a landmine near Baghdad airport, Byron Pitts reports.

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Feds To Profile Travelers

The government unveiled a new air travel safety plan, a database that screens passengers at the time of ticket purchase and rates his or her level of risk, Wyatt Andrews.

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Recall Candidates Murky

The California gubernatorial recall election hasn't become any clearer, as candidates tiptoe the line on whether or not to enter the race, CBS News Correspondent Sandra Hughes reports.

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Quincy Mayor On 8' Floods

Charles Scholz, Mayor of Quincy, IL during the '93 floods, is mayor today in the worst floods in U.S. history, as he tells The Early Show about his town's efforts.

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Bush Nixes Gay Marriage

Gay rights activists got a boost when the Supreme Court shot down a long-standing Texas sodomy law, but President Bush says he supports a law banning gay marriage, Mika Brzezinski reports.

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President Takes Questions

President Bush holds a news conference defending U.S. troop deployment in Iraq and explaining post-war efforts, al Qaeda threats, the economy, tax cuts, the 9/11 report and the war on terror.

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