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Monday, August 1, 2005

Bolton Installment Recap

CBS News' Bill Plante has details of how President Bush installed John Bolton to be U.N. Ambassador, using a recess appointment to circumvent the Senate.

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Police Beat Protestors

CBS News RAW: In Egypt, riot police and government supporters attacked activists, beating them with clubs, kicking them and throwing them into police trucks.

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Kofi Annan Reacts To Bolton

CBS News RAW: In a press conference, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan reacts to President Bush's installment of John Bolton as U.N. Ambassador, where he bypassed the Senate.

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Reaction To Garang's Death

CBS News RAW: The people of Sudan mourn the death of Sudanese Vice President John Garang, a former rebel leader, who was killed when his helicopter crashed.

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UK Police Seek Mastermind

Now that all the suspects in the July 21 failed London train bombings are under arrest, police want to find out who gave the orders. CBS News' Richard Roth reports from London.

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Osama Alive And Well?

The incoming Saudi ambassador to the U.S. says Osama bin Laden is alive and well. Terrorism expert Neil Livingstone joined The Early Show to discuss what this means for the U.S.

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Low Carbs, No Money

The Dr. Atkins diet plan saga has added a new chapter — Chapter 11. It's a riches to rags story of low carbs and high debt that's now in bankruptcy court, Anthony Mason reports.

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Political Crisis In Sudan

Word that Sudan's vice president died in the crash of a government helicopter triggered riots in the capitol. Many regarded the former rebel leader as a hero, Richard Roth reports.

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Trying To Stop Gas Thieves

High prices at the pump have led to a new crime wave: fuel thefts. Lee Cowan reports on how police and gas stations are trying to stop these crooks.

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Bush Goes Around Congress

Despite Congress' concerns, President Bush used a recess appointment to name John Bolton the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. It's a controversial move, Bill Plante reports.

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Astronauts Will Try Repair

Astronauts will try an unprecedented in-flight repair to the underside of the Discovery shuttle. Mark Strassmann reports that NASA isn't quite sure how serious the "gap filler" problem is.

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Palmeiro Suspended

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro, one of the most-admired players in baseball, was suspended for using steroids five months after telling Congress he never used them, Bob Orr reports.

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Bolton Named U.N. Ambassador

CBS News RAW: President Bush used a "recess appointment" to officially install John Bolton as Ambassador to the United Nations, avoiding further resistance from the Senate.

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Discovery Spacewalk

CBS News RAW: Discovery astronauts made a spacewalk at the International Space Station to do necessary repairs.

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Stock Market's High Levels

The stock market has been as hot as the weather lately; last week stocks hit their highest levels since the 9/11 attacks. Investment strategist Liz Ann Sonders explained on The Early Show.

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Teen's Stem Cell Battle

Cody Unser was diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder that prevents her from walking. Hattie Kauffman reports that Unser believes her future depends on embryonic stem cell research.

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Possible Flu Pandemic

Some health officials believe a worldwide flu pandemic is inevitable. Mike Leavitt, Secretary of Health and Human Services, joined The Early Show to discuss what is being done.

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Discovery Re-Entry Fears

As Discovery crewmembers make repairs at the International Space Station, NASA scientists must decide what to do about a problem on the shuttle's underbelly. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Astronauts will try repair, Bush goes around congress and trying to stop gas thieves.

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Battle Over Stem Cell Research

Senator Arlen Specter, (R-PA), argued on Face The Nation that government money should be spent on stem cell research, while Senator Sam Brownback, (D-KS), argued against it.

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The Great Divide In Congress

Have political parties in Congress always been seeping with political venom? CBS News' Joie Chen takes a closer look at D.C.'s great Congressional battles, past and present.

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An Eye On Shuttle

CBS News RAW: CBS News' Mark Strassmann talked to the orbiting crew of space shuttle Discovery about their mission and the future of NASA.

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