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Friday, July 1, 2005

Canada Drug Export Ban

A dodge many Americans use to keep their prescription costs down may soon be eliminated. CBS News' Mika Brzezinski reports Canada is considering halting bulk drug exports to the U.S.

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Dakota Fanning On 'War'

At the age of eleven, Dakota Fanning has worked with a list of leading men that any actress would envy. She joined The Early Show to discuss her new movie with Tom Cruise, 'War Of The Worlds.'

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Shields On Tom Cruise

Actress Brooke Shields is now in a 'war of the words' with actor Tom Cruise, who recently criticized her for taking an antidepressant for postpartum depression.

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Justice Fight Gearing Up

Both sides of the Hill are gearing up for a fight over the Supreme Court vacancy, and President Bush has already warned that he doesn't want to see a filibuster, Bill Plante reports.

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Helicopter Crash Aftermath

Mark Strassmann reports on the aftermath of this week's helicopter crash in Afghanistan, which killed 16 members of a special operations force.

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Senate Retirement Reaction

In the Senate, Majority Leader Bill Frist commented on Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's retirement announcement.

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Immigration Issues

While millions of Americans celebrate the 4th of July, one Missouri family is spending what may be its last weekend ever in the U.S. The Gonzales family, from Costa Rica, is facing deportation.

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NASA Safety Proposals

A safety task force has found NASA has yet to meet suggestions put in place after the Columbia disaster. NASA's Michael Griffin explains on The Early Show how this affects the next mission.

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Ad For Bush's Court Pick

After Justice Sandra Day O'Connor retirement from the Supreme Court, interest group Progress For America has stated it will continue to promote President Bush's pick for high court. Watch their ad.

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Iranian Controversy

Is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the newly elected Iranian president, one of the captors from the 1979 hostage crisis? The Early Show talked about it with Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution.

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16 Soldiers Confirmed Dead

Sixteen dead. That announcement comes today from the Pentagon, two days after a U.S. military helicopter crashed into a mountain ravine in Afghanistan. Alison Harmelin reports from Washington.

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Copter Recovery Mission

The U.S. Military is not confirming reports some bodies have been recovered from the crash site of a downed American helicopter in Afghanistan. CBS News? Alison Harmelin reports.

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Pres. Bush On Africa Aid

In Washington, D.C., President Bush addressed issues that would be facing the upcoming G-8 Summit in Scotland. High on his list is assisting African countries successfully combat AIDS.

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