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Friday, August 5, 2005

Stranded Russian Submarine

The United States Navy is helping out in a Russian submarine emergency, after the mini-submarine, with seven sailors aboard, got stranded 600 feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean.

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Al Qaeda No. 2 Warns

In a new video tape, al Qaeda's Number Two man spoke of the London attacks and the possibility of more violence. Jeff Beatty, president of Total Security.US, joined The Early Show.

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NASA's Next Return To Flight

Bill Harwood reports that NASA is examining whether the foam debris problem at Discovery's liftoff was isolated to one fuel tank, which would mean NASA could resume flight sooner rather than later.

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Operation Quick Strike

U.S. forces launched a major operation in the same area where a triple-stacked mine flipped a 25-ton armored vehicle, trapping and killing the 14 Marines inside. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Dirty Water

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad has left many sites polluted with diesel fuel and solvents. It says it is committed to stopping the problem, but John Blackstone reports that many are skeptical.

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Internet Savings Accounts

With interest rates near historic lows, Wyatt Andrews reports that many are looking for a higher return on their savings by turning to banks that do business only on the Internet.

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Rift Over Iraq War

The United States has suffered heavy losses in Iraq recently with more than 30 American troops killed. President Bush says he is determined to stay the course, reports CBS News' Bill Plante.

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Juiced

CBS News will rebroadcast Mike Wallace's controversial 60 Minutes interview with Jose Canseco that led to the congressional hearings on steroid use in baseball with new footage.

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Discovery Preps For Return

The space shuttle Discovery is packing up for the trip home, after NASA officials decided against a fourth spacewalk to repair torn insulation.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Submarine's race against time, a town eyes shuttle's return and internet savings accounts.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: U.S. casualties mount in Iraq, another jittery day in London and prosthetic peace of mind.

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South Koreans Clone Dog

In South Korea, cloning pioneer Hwang Woo-Suk and his team of scientists have successfully cloned the first dog. The Afghan hound named Snuffy is 14-weeks old.

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Shuttle Crew Honors Fallen

CBS News RAW: The crew of space shuttle Discovery paid tribute to all of the astronauts and cosmonauts who have given their lives for space exploration.

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