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Tuesday, July 5, 2005

Aruba Suspects Released

In Aruba, two suspects have been freed in the Natalee Holloway case, while the son of a government official could remain in custody for another 60 days. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Protest Politics Of G-8

As the leaders of the world's richest countries gather for the G-8 summit, security at the site is a big concern. The Scotland conference is a magnet for protestors, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Vietnam Vets In Iraq

With U.S. forces in Iraq stretched thin, the Army is depending heavily on reservists - some of whom last saw action in Vietnam. Kimberley Dozier has their story.

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Tom Cruise Tops Box Office

Controversy magnet and king of the box office Tom Cruise told The Early Show's Jess Cagle about his long film career and where he thinks it's headed.

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U.S. Deportation Rips Family

The Gonzalez family has been in the America for 14 years, but aren't citizens. The government is allowing 19-year-old Marie to stay, but are deporting her parents. The Early Show has the story.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Vitamin E poor at prevention? Vietnam vets in Iraq and carpoolers anonymous in D.C.

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Deep Impact's Big Collision

The NASA spacecraft Deep Impact successfully collided into the tip of a comet, creating a blast that scientists may use to learn astronomical amounts. Expert Bill Harwood has more.

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Making Prosthetics For Iraqis

Some Army reservists in Iraq put their civilian skills to the test by creating makeshift prosthetic for helping injured Iraqis. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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NASA's Smashing Success

The NASA spacecraft Deep Impact successfully slammed into the speeding comet Tempel 1 to learn just what it's made of. Bill Whitaker reports and expert Bill Harwood weighs in.

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