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Monday, July 25, 2005

Taking Baby To Work

For many working mothers, the hardest part of the day is leaving the baby with someone else when they go to work. CBS News' Trish Regan reports on a new daycare solution.

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What The Union Split Means

Anthony Mason reports on the fallout from the decision by two large labor unions to split from the AFL-CIO. The move may weaken the labor movement's voice in politics and hurt Democrats.

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Discovery A Go, Again

NASA officials say the planned Discovery launch is still on for Tuesday, even though they don't know what happened with the faulty fuel gauge that delayed the mission in the first place.

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Deadly Heat Wave

A heat wave in many parts of the nation is making life very uncomfortable and dangerous. Phoenix mayor Phil Gordon talked to The Early Show about the dangers of the heat.

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'Chemical Ali' Interrogated

CBS News RAW: The Iraqi Special Tribunal released pictures of several of the most senior henchmen in Saddam Hussein's regime being interrogated, including 'Chemical Ali.'

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Jewish Settlers Heckle Rabbi

CBS News RAW: Jewish settlers accosted the Israeli military's top rabbi, Brig. Gen. Yisrael Weiss, during a visit to the Gaza strip to discuss relocating graves in a settlement's cemetery.

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How The Bombers Did It

CBS News RAW: British authorities revealed the names of two of the suspected attempted bombers in the most recent London attacks, and described how they went about the assaults.

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Search For Suspects In Egypt

Egyptian police say they're looking for six men from Pakistan in Saturday's deadly triple bombings. CBS News' David Hawkins reports.

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Search For Suspects Continues

London police have three men in custody but are still looking for the four men they believe were responsible for the recent bombing attempts. CBS News' Richard Roth reports.

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Behind The Terror

Egypt's major resort was devastated by weekend car bombings. Author Jessica Stern discusses on The Early Show who is behind the recent wave of deadly attacks.

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Wrongful Death By London Cops

London police must answer to the family and government of a Brazilian man who was killed but later cleared of any connection to recent attacks. CBS News' Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Bomber Kills Dozens In Iraq

Dozens were killed in a suicide bombing outside a Baghdad police station, in yet another deadly weekend in Iraq. How do these attacks test Iraq's ability to defend itself? Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Al Qaeda Terror Analysis

Since Sept. 11, more than a dozen attacks worldwide have been linked to al Qaeda operatives. But is Osama bin Laden behind these operations? CBS News Analyst Randy Larsen explains.

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