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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

USAF Snub Irks Brits

The British are upset that the U.S. Air Force has ordered its staff to stay out of London for security reasons, after last week's terrorist attacks. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Senate Wants Smooth Process

Senate leaders Harry Reid (D-NV), Bill Frist (R-TN) and Arlen Specter (R-PA) discuss their meeting with President Bush about the Supreme Court justice selection.

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Rove's Alleged Role In Depth

On The Early Show, CBS News' Gloria Borger discusses the controversy surrounding Karl Rove's alleged leak of an undercover CIA agent's identity, and the White House's stance.

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Press Swarms On Rove Story

There were sharp questions at the White House over whether it was the president's top political strategist who blew the cover of an undercover CIA agent. John Roberts reports on the controversy.

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Shuttle Mission Still Risky

The Discovery will take off as the first shuttle mission since the Columbia tragedy two and a half years ago. Bob Orr reports on NASA's new safety measures and the risks of the mission.

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Online Health Checkups

Lee Cowan reports on a new use for the Internet that is making it easier for busy young parents to check up on their own parents.

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Discovery Launch A Go, Maybe

For the first time since the Columbia disaster two years ago, NASA is sending a shuttle into space, the Discovery. CBS News' Bob Orr reports from the Kennedy Space Center.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: London attackers died, shuttle mission still risky and online health checkups.

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U.S. London Bombing Victims

Two sisters from Tennessee were among those injured in the terrorist attacks on London's public transportation system. Dr. Gregory Georgiade discussed their condition on The Early Show.

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Woodward On 'The Secret Man'

The identity of Deep Throat had been one of the best-kept secrets of our time, and now, in a new book, journalist Bob Woodward describes his relationship with that source, ex-FBI man W. Mark Felt.

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Death Row Scholars

To help pay for college, Zach Osborne received a unique scholarship, one sponsored by a death row inmate. The Early Show's Tracy Smith reports.

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London Locals Likely Helped

Author Jessica Stern tells The Early Show it's very likely that whoever executed the London bombings had help from local residents, possibly al Qaeda sleeper cells.

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Midair Collision

Two pilots were killed when their vintage planes collided during a World War I re-enactment. The planes to burst into flames before crashing to the ground.

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