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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Tom Cruise Talks

Tom Cruise is all over the news lately. He recently sat down and talked with The Early Show's Jess Cagle about acting, family and more.

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Pres. Bush's TV Speech

Defending the Iraqi war, President Bush called for patience and resolve in his primetime speech, but refused to set a timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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McCain On Bush's Strategy

President Bush said that he plans to stay the course in Iraq. The Early Show's Harry Smith talked to Sen. John McCain of Arizona to get his reaction to last night's speech.

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Afghan Helicopter Crash

Seventeen American troops were aboard a U.S. helicopter that apparently was shot down in Afghanistan. Their fates are unknown, reports CBS News' David Martin.

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Early Show Online

Wednesday: Tom Cruise discusses "War Of The Worlds" and fatherhood. Also, a 13-pound, 12-ounce bundle of joy. And former Beatle Ringo Starr performs.

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Call Of Duty

Small towns such as San Diego, Texas have felt the war's impact after many of their young people enlist. 60 Minutes Wednesday's Vicki Mabrey reports.

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Canada's New Drug Legislation

In an effort to protect their medication supply, Canada is looking to ban bulk exports of prescription drugs and make it more difficult for Americans to buy them. Mike Brzezinski reports.

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Fears For 17 In Afghan Crash

There's still no official word, but the fear is that all 17 U.S. service members aboard a helicopter that was gunned down in Afghanistan have been killed. David Martin reports.

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Families Of Fallen On Iraq

Among those who watched President Bush's speech on Iraq were military families who have lost loved ones in the war. Bill Whitaker got a sampling of their reaction.

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Soldiers In Iraq Sound Off

Soldiers in Iraq have a lot of time to think, and one thing on their minds is how people back home feel about the war. Some of them talked with Kimberly Dozier.

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NYPD's Terror Fight

A domestic intelligence group will be created within the FBI, but authorities in New York aren't waiting for that. Instead, the local fight against terror is handled by the NYPD, Jim Stewart reports.

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NYC's Freedom Tower

In New York, plans were unveiled for the new "freedom tower," which will be 1776 feet tall. The plan also reflects an effort to rebuild the 16 acres that were destroyed during the 9/11 attacks.

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Taliban Behind Afghan Crash?

A U.S. commander says it appears a rocket-propelled grenade downed the U.S. helicopter that crashed in Afghanistan Tuesday. It was carrying seventeen soldiers. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Gaza Protest Sit-Down

CBS News RAW: Opponents of Israel's planned pullout from the Gaza Strip and part of the West Bank blocked the main entrance to Jerusalem, sitting in the road during evening rush hour.

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Bush- We Are Making Progress

In a primetime TV appearance Tuesday, President Bush set out to turn around the waning public support for the mission in Iraq. Correspondent Stacy Case reports.

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Bush- Sacrifices 'Worth It'

In a primetime address on Iraq, President Bush said the U.S. must attack terrorists overseas before they reach American shores. He also said the sacrifices in Iraq have been 'worth it.'

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No Change For Bush Iraq Plan

As the American public grows weary with the situation in Iraq, President Bush tonight will try to shore up support with a primetime TV speech before hundreds of soldiers. Stacy Case reports.

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