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Tuesday, August 2, 2005

Astronauts Talk Space

CBS News RAW: The crews of the International Space Station and the Shuttle Discovery responded to questions from reporters concerning the risky fix to the shuttle's underbelly.

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Unprecedented NASA Fix

NASA will try something it's never done before -- a spacewalk to the shuttle's underside to try to fix a potential problem. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports on the high stakes shuttle repair.

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U.S. Deaths In Iraq Top 1,800

American deaths surpassed 1,800 with the announcement that six Marines from Cleveland were killed northwest of Baghdad. Another Marine was killed 50 miles away. Sharyn Alfonsi and David Martin report.

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Astronauts Prep For Repair

A Discovery astronaut will go out to the belly of the shuttle for a first-of-its-kind repair mission in space. NASA describes it as a simple fix, but it's also risky, Mark Strassmann reports.

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Troops Need Affordable Homes

Many military volunteers and their families face immense pressure when it comes to finding affordable housing. Jim Acosta reports on the growing problem.

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Democracy In Saudi Arabia?

Mideast expert Jonathan S. Paris of St. Antony's College at Oxford talks to CBS News about dissention within the House of Saud. He also spoke about the possibilities for Democratic reform.

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Scene Of Attack On U.S. Convoy

CBS News RAW: Cameras captured footage of a roadside bomb explosion at the entrance to a tunnel in Baghdad, and the immediate aftermath. The attack targeted a U.S. military convoy.

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Baghdad Bomb Caught On Tape

CBS News RAW: A camera trained on a bridge in Baghdad captured footage of a car bomb explosion that happened at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 2.

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Bolton's U.N. Arrival

CBS News RAW: John Bolton met with Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the United Nations. President Bush appointed Bolton as Ambassador to the U.N. during the congressional recess.

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Bush Signs CAFTA Bill

CBS News RAW: President Bush signed the CAFTA trade pact with five Central American nations and the Dominican Republican. Congress had approved the bill with a two-vote margin in the House.

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Bolton Ambassador Analysis

President Bush installed John Bolton as the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. bypassing Senate approval. CBS News Political Correspondent Gloria Borger weighs in.

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The New U.N. Ambassador

The Senate never voted to confirm John Bolton as U.N. Ambassador, so President Bush used a recess appointment that will last until the end of next year. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Installs Bolton At U.N.

President Bush used a recess appointment to install John Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, without the Senate's support. CBS News' Stacy Case reports from Washington.

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Astronauts Fix Gyroscope

On their second spacewalk, astronauts of the shuttle Discovery did heavy-duty repair work on a gyroscope that keeps the space station on course. CBS' Manuel Gallegus reports.

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President Bush Visits Scouts

It was a tragic week for Boy Scouts in Virginia after the deaths of four scout leaders. After two failed attempts, President Bush finally addressed the Scouts. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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