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Friday, July 22, 2005

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Friday: Frantic manhunt in London, ugly politics in San Diego and dressing for success in Japan.

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Ugly Politics In San Diego

Known for its beauty, San Diego has some of the ugliest politics in the country right now. Bankruptcy looms and an up-for-grabs election for mayor will be held next week. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Patriot Act Lives

The House has voted to extend the Patriot Act, after a nine-hour debate. President Bush praised the House vote and urged the Senate to do the same.

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Clinton Visits Kenya

CBS News RAW: Former President Bill Clinton visited Nairobi where he met Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki. Clinton is on a six-nation tour of Africa to focus attention on the AIDS crisis.

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Clinton Visits Kenya

CBS News RAW: Former President Bill Clinton visited Nairobi where he met Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki. Clinton is on a six-nation tour of Africa to focus attention on the AIDS crisis.

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Latest Update From London

Police have released pictures of four men suspected of being connected to the London bombing attempts this week. CBS News' Richard Roth reports for CBSNews.com.

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London Case 'Fast Moving'

Four men suspected of attempting a second wave of terror attacks in London's transit system were caught on tape, and CBS News' Terri Okita reports that may help speed this investigation.

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Rice Visits Lebanese Officials

CBS News RAW: U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Beirut on Friday for a surprise visit. Her visit follows Syria's troop withdrawal in April.

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London On Edge

London is on edge after the recent terrorist attacks and attempts. Terrorism expert Neil Livingstone tells The Early Show all appear to be the work of the same group.

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U.K. Police Kill Suspect

Police in London Friday killed a man believed to be a suicide bomber. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the bombing investigation.

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Suspected Bomber Shot

CBS News' Richard Roth reports London authorities have shot a suspected suicide bomber on a platform in a subway station.

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Mom Confronts Child's Killer

CBS News RAW: Erin Runnion tearfully accosted Alejandro Avila in court prior to Judge William R. Froegerg giving him the death penalty for the murder of five-year-old Samantha Runnion.

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Subway Terror Prevention

In the wake of the most recent bombings in London, New York City police officers are searching bags and backpacks. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.

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New York On Guard

New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly tells The Early Show about the random checks on subway riders and their packages.

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Iraq War Report

The Pentagon plans to send Congress its latest report on the war in Iraq, which concludes that terrorists have failed to derail the political process.

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London And The White House

CBS News' Joie Chen reports that President Bush is closely watching for developments in London, but has no specific plans yet to address the London incident.

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Attorney General On High Court

On The Early Show, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales shared his thoughts regarding Supreme Court nominee John Roberts and the investigation of Karl Rove.

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