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Thursday, June 23, 2005

Rumsfeld- No Long Iraq Stay

After harsh criticism, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld told a Senate committee 'it is not our intention to stay in Iraq forever.'

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Teens Tape Animal Torture

The Webster County Sheriff's Office in Iowa is preparing to charge four teenagers with animal torture after the incident was caught on tape. Chris Nagus of KCCI reports.

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Killen Sentenced To 60 Years

CBS News RAW: Circuit Judge Marcus Gordon sentenced ex-Ku Klux Klan leader Edgar Ray Killen to a maximum 60 years in prison for masterminding the 1964 slayings of three civil rights workers.

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Experts On Work For Retirees

Christine Donohoo of AARP and Robert Benmosche of Metlife, Inc. tell The Early Show's Rene Syler how their companies are helping retirees get back into the workforce.

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Working After Retirement

The Early Show's Rene Syler took a look at the trend of returning to work after retirement. She talked to Larry Gershel, who used his experience in publishing to get back into the workforce.

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'Best Of Best' Head To Aruba

While an Aruba government official insists his jailed son had nothing to do with Natalee Holloway's disappearance, a special team is headed to the island to help. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Supreme Court Rulings

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to announce some of its most important rulings of the year, and of them, the biggest involves the Ten Commandments. CBS News' Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Toby Keith On 'Honkytonk U'

Country star Toby Keith chatted with Early Show co-anchor Hannah Storm about performing for the troops in Iraq and about his latest CD, 'Honkytonk University.'

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Harley Davidson Hits Russia

The iconic American brand Harley Davidson returned to Russia with its first dealership since before the communist revolution, nearly a century ago. CBS News' Beth Knobel reports.

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Killen Conviction Aftermath

After 41 years, Edgar Ray Killen was convicted of manslaughter in one of the most shocking crimes of the civil rights era. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.

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