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Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Fighting For Blogging Rights

The freedom of speech afforded by web logs, or blogs, is not necessarily appreciated by some companies who have actually fired employees for blogging. Alexis Christoforous has more.

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SUV Rollover Risks Declining

After years of warnings about the dangers of SUV's overturning in accidents, a new government study finds new models are becoming more resistant to rollovers. Bob Orr reports.

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Iraqis Yearn For Basics

In Iraq, the desire for democracy is taking a back seat to the desire for basic needs like water, power and fuel. Kimberly Dozier reports on the living situation.

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Religious Bullying At AFA?

The Air Force Academy, wracked by charges of sexual harassment over the years, now faces new allegations: that evangelical Christians are harassing non-Christian cadets. David Martin reports.

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Killen Guilty In 1964 Murders

On the 41st anniversary of the murder of three civil rights workers in Mississippi, a jury finally closed the case. A former KKK leader was found guilty of manslaughter, Mark Strassmann reports.

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New Social Security Proposal

A GOP Senator plans to propose a Social Security reform bill that doesn't include private investment accounts. President Bush continues to see them as part of the solution. Bill Plante reports.

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Iraq Stalemate, Says General

A top U.S. general in Iraq described the situation there as a stalemate just one day after President Bush said his Iraq strategy is working. David Martin reports.

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