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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Londoners Remember Bombings

It was one week ago that a series of deadly explosions went off around London, and residents paid tribute. CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports investigators are searching for more suspects.

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NASA Unsure Of Launch Date

There is no definite date for the "Discovery" launch, although Sunday is a "remote" possibility, NASA officials say. Stacy Case reports.

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U.S. Transit Security Changes

The London attacks prompted the U.S. to look more closely at its own mass transit security. Homeland Security Director Michael Chertoff told CBS News' Jim Stewart about big changes.

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Bush Admin. Under Scrutiny

An attorney says presidential adviser Karl Rove has cooperated fully with the investigation into a news leak of a CIA agent's identity. CBS News' Bill Plante reports pressure is growing.

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London Bombings Manhunt

London marked a week since the terror attacks with a moment of silence. The investigation into the bombings goes on, with an international manhunt for two men who got away. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Dems Want Rove Canned

An expanding chorus of Democrats demanded that presidential adviser Karl Rove be fired for his role in outing a secret CIA agent, John Roberts reports.

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Launch Could Slip To Sept.

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood assesses the chances for the space shuttle Discovery's launch this weekend.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: London bombings manhunt, NASA: Sunday launch, maybe and chronicling final goodbyes.

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Discovery Mission Outlook

NASA doesn't know how long it may take to fix a faulty fuel sensor on the shuttle Discovery, which remains on the launch pad after the launch was scrubbed. CBS News' Bob Orr reports.

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Homegrown Terrorists

With the London bombings investigation pointing to suspects born in Britain, the problem of homegrown terrorists is getting attention in the U.S., says CBS News Consultant Randy Larsen.

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Shuttle Scrub Analysis

Astronaut Cady Coleman and CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood tell The Early Show what the delay in the space shuttle launch means.

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London Investigation Analysis

Authorities in London believe they have identified four suspects responsible for the deadly terror attacks. Michael Clarke, Director of the Centre for Defense Studies in Britain, weighs-in.

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Shuttle Commander Remembers

Discovery commander Eileen Collins made history as the first woman to pilot a space shuttle, and tells The Early Show she'll have Columbia on her mind on this mission.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Disappointing 'Discovery,' reporter names Rove as source and Idaho suspect in court.

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