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Friday, July 29, 2005

Racial Profiling 'Terrorists'

Following the bombings in London, everyone is again on the lookout for terrorists. Some fear this may cause a rise in racial profiling. Is that acceptable? Ira Mehlman and Ibrahim Hooper weigh in.

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Bombings Fuel Muslim Debate

British Muslims are expressing a mix of solidarity, resentment and tension. Elizabeth Palmer reports the London attacks have opened a wide debate in what has often been a closed community.

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Stem Cell Politics

Sen. Frist broke with many in his party by supporting more federal funding for stem cell research. But is his announcement a matter of science or a matter of politics? Gloria Borger reports.

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Frist Goes Against W. House

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist said he supports more federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. President Bush has threatened to veto such a measure. CBS News' Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Frist On Stem Cell Research

CBS News RAW: Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist speaks on stem cell research, which he is now advocating in opposition to President Bush.

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Frist- Pro Stem Cell Research

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist has broken ranks with President Bush over the issue of stem cell research. CBS News Joie Chen reports.

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London Terror Suspect Raids

Police raided apartments in London and Rome to capture four suspected attackers from the failed July 21 bombings in Britain. CBS News' Teri Okita has more.

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All Four Suspects Captured

The Metropolitan Police in London believe they have captured all four men suspected of participating in the failed transit bombings. Peter Clark, head of the anti-terrorism squad, speaks.

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Police Raids In London

In an update for CBSNews.com, Richard Roth reports on today's terror arrests by London police.

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DNA News In Natalee Case

In Aruba, results of an FBI test on strands of hair found on a piece of duct tape failed to offer any new clues in the search for Natalee Holloway. CBS News' Kelly Cobiella reports.

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9 Suspects Cuffed In London

Police in London have arrested nine more terror suspects. They've stepped up patrols on the streets and along mass transit as part of the city's largest investigation ever. Teri Okita reports.

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Sinn Fein Advocates Unity

CBS News RAW: Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams called for 'unity and solidarity' amongst Irish republicans and nationalists after the IRA announced it was giving up the armed struggle.

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IRA Ending Armed Campaign

CBS News RAW: British Prime Minister Tony Blair hailed the Irish Republican Army's announcement ending its armed campaign as a step of "unparalleled magnitude."

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