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Tuesday, June 7, 2005

Automaker In Trouble

General Motors is cutting 25,000 and closing more plants, as the struggling automaker's sales continue to slide downward. CBS News' Anthony Mason reports.

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Search Continues For Teen

In Aruba, government employees have joined in the hunt for missing teen Natalee Holloway. Two men charged in the case are being held, but that may change soon. CBS News' Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Blair Pushes For Africa Aid

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who supported the Bush administration's decision to go to war in Iraq, came to D.C. looking for some political payback, reports Bill Plante.

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Senators Rip Boeing Deal

David Martin reports on a Senate committee hearing over a long-running scandal: the deal the Air Force once struck with Boeing to lease fuel-tanker jets at inflated prices.

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GM To Cut 25,000 Jobs

General Motors confirmed plans that it will cut 25,000 jobs, cuts that will save the struggling automaker about $2.5 billion a year, Anthony Mason reports.

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Blair- More African Aid

President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair have marched together over the war in Iraq. But they disagreed on aid for Africa and Global Warming. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Prescription Pot Illegal

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that users of marijuana for medicinal purposes are not immune from being arrested. Lora McLaughlin reports on the controversy.

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The ABCs Of Car Bombing

Kimberly Dozier reports on how suicide car bombers are trained to kill in Iraq, and the underground railroad from Syria that gets them into the country.

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Med Pot Users Outraged

The Supreme Court's ruling against medical marijuana came as a huge shock to patients across the country who have long depended on the drug when nothing else worked, reports Mika Brzezinski.

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