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Monday, July 11, 2005

Karl Rove And The CIA Leak

According to an e-mail obtained by Newsweek, Karl Rove may have hinted about a CIA operative to a Time magazine reporter. The White House has been silent on the issue, John Roberts reports.

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Seniors Dating Online

Americans 65 and over are the fastest growing group of Internet users and over a million of them are searching for love in all the wired places. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Death Toll Rises In London

The death toll in the London terror bombings topped 52. Authorities continue their painstaking search for more victims and those behind the attacks, reports Sheila MacVicar from London.

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Plan To Cut GIs In Iraq

On a deadly day for Iraqi troops and insurgents, reports indicate a plan to cut in U.S. troop strength. Kimberley Dozier explains why from Baghdad.

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Pres. Talks Terror To Academy

CBS News RAW: At the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, President George W. Bush addressed the role of American service members in the war on terror, and the attacks in London.

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London Says No To Fear

London's mayor, Ken Livingstone, took the subway to work on Monday, along with millions of other commuters in an act of defiance against terror, reports Allen Pizzey.

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The Apathy Of War

Yehuda Shaul, co-founder of Breaking the Silence, recalled the poor morality, high stress and lack of compassion for Palestinian civilians while serving in the West Bank.

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Ashamed Of Service In Gaza

During his service in the West Bank, former Israeli soldier and Breaking the Silence founder, Noam Chayut obeyed orders to keep Palestinians off certain roads. Now, he is deeply ashamed.

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Israeli's West Bank Horror

Avichai Charon, a former soldier in the Israeli Defense Force, recalls seeing young Palestinian kids in the West Bank whose walls were broken before them, and fathers slammed into the wall.

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Blair's Plans Post-Bombings

CBS News RAW: In an address before Parliament, Prime Minister Tony Blair addressed issues concerning the terror attack in London, and his proposed course of action in its aftermath.

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Londoners Back To Work

People in London returned to work, many for the first time since last week's deadly terrorist bombings. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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London Terror Investigation

London police have their sights on a couple of possible suspects in the city's deadly train and bus bombings. Three arrests have been made. CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports.

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London Digs For Information

John Roberts is in London with the latest developments in the investigation of the subway and bus bomb attacks including the first pictures from the ripped apart subway tunnel.

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A Changing Al Qaeda

Terrorism experts say the methods used in the London attacks may indicate how Al Qaeda has evolved. Joie Chen reports.

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