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Monday, June 27, 2005

U.S. Commander On Iraq

The bloodshed continues in Iraq, but the U.S. commander there, Gen. George Casey, tells The Early Show there are enough American troops there, and he's not surprised by the insurgency.

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Early Show Online

Monday: An eyewitness account of a deadly shark attack in Florida. The season's hottest shades. And Oscar winner Tim Robbins talks about his creepy new role in 'War of the Worlds.'

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Court Tags Web File-Sharers

The Supreme Court ruled on Internet file-sharing, deciding that companies can be held liable for letting people illegally download music and movies. Wyatt Andrews reports on the copyright move.

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High Court On Commandments

On the last day before summer recess, the Supreme Court issued seemingly contradictory rulings that both ban and permit displays of the Ten Commandments on government property. Jim Stewart reports.

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Apache Copter Downed

An American Apache helicopter, which carried two pilots, went down in a field north of Baghdad. CBS News' Susan Roberts reports there may have been gunfire before and after the crash.

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Grads Hit With Soaring Rates

College grads could have sticker shock when they open their student loan bills this summer: CBS News' Trish Regan reports the interest rates have doubled for the first time in years.

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US Talks With Iraq Insurgents

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld confirmed that U.S. officials met with leaders tied to the insurgency in Iraq. CBS News' Joie Chen has more.

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New Iran Pres. Makes Pledge

Iran's newly-elected president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pledged to shun extremism and build a moderate regime, but Washington sees more tensions ahead. CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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