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Sunday, July 31, 2005

Flap Problem For Discovery

Scientists are trying to figure out whether Discovery can safely return to Earth, due to a one-inch flap that could have serious consequences. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.

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Backwards Rebuilding In Iraq

A new U.S. government report found the rebuilding effort in Iraq has made limited progress. Sharyn Alfonsi reports has more on the so-called backwards rebuilding.

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Battle Over Free Internet

Alexandria, Virginia will be the first local government to offer free outdoor Internet access. But on Capitol Hill across the Potomac, not everyone is happy. CBS News' Joie Chen explains.

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Car Bombing In Haswa

CBS News RAW: A car bomb exploded south of Baghdad in Haswa, killing five civilians and wounding 10, including two policemen.

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Stem Cell Rift

Democrats are praising Bill Frist for his new stance on embryonic stem cell research, but conservative Republicans are saying they're disappointed. Mark Knoller reports.

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NASA- A Spectacular Day

Two astronauts walked in space for 7 hours to give the shuttle and its crew a better chance of avoiding a Columbia-type disaster. Mark Strassmann has more from Houston.

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Threat To London Not Over

London police are warning that the terrorist threat is far from over, despite Friday's capture of four suspects linked to the attempted July 21st bombings. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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