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Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Hostage Negotiation Continues

Terrorists have extended the deadline on their threat to kill a South Korean hostage in Iraq. Meanwhile, militants released video footage of killed U.S. Marines, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Clinton Book Draws Crowds

Fans lined up to buy Bill Clinton's memoir "My Life," and the 42nd president continued to field questions regarding his affair with Monica Lewinsky, Jim Axelrod reports.

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State Dept. Flips Findings

The State Department tries to reverse claims that international terrorist attacks and deaths are down. Outside experts found they're actually on the rise. Teri Okita reports.

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Judge OKs Wal-Mart Suit

A discrimination suit against Wal-Mart will proceed as a class action including over a million women, making it the largest civil rights class action case in U.S. history, John Blackstone reports.

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Crowds Queue Up For 'My Life'

'My Life,' Bill Clinton's self-penned memoirs and one of the most anticipated book releases of the year, has finally hit the streets. Jim Axelrod reports on the successful marketing blitz.

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Rowland Resigning

CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott talks with Hartford Courant Capital Bureau Chief Christopher Keating about Gov. Rowland's pending resignation.

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Space Race

Over California, the first flight in a whole new space race began for private enterprise. Bill Whitaker reports on a breakthrough in achieving human space travel, just barely and briefly.

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Win For HMOs

The Supreme Court limited the rights of patients to sue their HMO's in state courts to seek awards for negligence. Wyatt Andrews reports on what this means for Americans.

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