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Wednesday, June 8, 2005

Al Qaeda Probes In Calif.

A father and son of Pakistan descent in California have been charged with lying to federal agents about the son's alleged training at an al Qaeda camp, John Blackstone reports.

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Untouchable Insurgents

Recent U.S. and Iraqi operations have targeted militants in Baghdad and elsewhere. But it turns out some likely insurgent leaders are off limits, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Father And Son Terror Arrests

After allegedly admitting he attended an al Qaeda camp in Pakistan, Hamid Hayat and his father were arrested on links to terrorism. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington, D.C.

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Fatal Hospital Infections

More than 100,000 patients die of dangerous bacterial infections in U.S. hospitals every year. Ex-lieutenant governor of New York Betsy McCaughey has important tips.

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Bush-Blair Alliance

President Bush is teaming up again with one his key allies in the war in Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Blair, but on African debt relief, not humanitarian aid. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Al Qaeda Bust In California?

In California, federal agents say they've broken up a possible al Qaeda network by arresting a father and son. Their lawyer calls the charges 'shocking,' reports Harry Smith of The Early Show.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Al Qaeda probes in Calif., saving military marriages and super lenses for MLB stars.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: GM to cut 25,000 jobs, pacemaker beats bulimia and super pickup truck.

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Arnold's 'Fantastic Life'

Kennedy biographer Laurence Leamer is no stranger to this country's famous political family, and he now takes on Kennedy in-law Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in his new book.

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Montel Talks Marijuana

Award-winning talk show host Montel Williams, who suffers from multiple sclerosis and advocats medical marijuana, tells The Early Show it's time for Congress and DEA to step in.

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