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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Female Dems. Launch Website

CBS News RAW: The female Democratic senators announced the launching of a website where citizens can submit questions that they want John Roberts to answer during his confirmation hearings.

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NASA Deals With Grounding

Even after NASA managers spent more than two-and-a-half years and a billion dollars, they still haven't fixed the debris problem that doomed the Columbia shuttle and its crew. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Space- The Business Frontier

Several private companies are designing and building rockets to carry both satellites and people into space, and Anthony Mason reports the number is growing.

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IRA Disarming

A headline from the group that first brought terrorism to British soil: the Irish Republican Army, which says it is giving up violence. Richard Roth reports.

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House OKs Energy Bill

The House of Representatives passed energy legislation that will affect every American. It includes extending daylight savings time and granting tax breaks to energy companies, John Roberts reports.

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Discovery Docks

CBS News RAW: The Space Shuttle Discovery successfully docked with the International Space Station for the first time since November 25, 2002.

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Discovery's Pitch Maneuver

CBS News RAW: The Space Shuttle Discovery performed what is known as the rendezvous pitch maneuver in preparation to for docking with the International Space Station.

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Shuttle Discovery Analysis

CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood discusses Discovery's successful docking with the International Space Station and NASA's decision to ground the fleet.

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Early Show Online

Thursday: Kids try the deadly new trend called 'The Choking Game.' An expert tells how to spot a terrorist on mass transit. And, Diane Lane talks about her new movie 'Must Love Dogs.'

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Evening News Online

Thursday: House OKs energy bill, NASA deals with grounding and harsh punishment for bad dogs.

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New Arrivals To Space Station

It was a remarkable event in space as Discovery astronauts docked with the space station. But their success is overshadowed by a problem that put all future missions on hold. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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NASA Suffers Setback

NASA grounded the shuttle fleet after foam debris fell off Discovery's fuel tank during liftoff. Discovery is not thought to be in jeopardy, however. Mark Strassmann reports.

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NASA Won't Fly With Problems

Shuttle program manager Bill Parsons said NASA scientists have a lot of work to do and that America's space program won't fly again until all the problems are resolved.

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No Damage Found On Discovery

In an update for CBSNews.com, Mark Strassmann reports from Cape Canaveral, Florida that NASA is still examining video of debris that fell off the external fuel tank during yesterday's launch.

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Discovery Worries Explained

Discovery is now orbiting the earth and preparing to link up with the International Space Station, but the launch wasn't perfect, as Space Consultant Bill Harwood explained on The Early Show.

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