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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Making Mars Livable

A graduate student at Caltech has plans to bring greenhouse gases to Mars in order to heat the planet in hopes of making it possible for humans to live there, Jerry Bowen reports.

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Clinton Challenger Opens Fire

Mika Brzezinski reports on striking similarities between Hillary Clinton and a new challenger for her U.S. Senate seat, Jeannine Pirro.

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Contractor Aids Disabled Vets

A Boston-area housing contractor quit his prosperous business to start a non-profit company that remodels homes for severely disabled war veterans, Thalia Assuras reports.

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Bush, Rumsfeld To Discuss Iraq

Bill Plante reports from Crawford, Texas, where President Bush will meet with Donald Rumsfeld to discuss the situation and strategy in Iraq.

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Deadly August For U.S. Troops

Just 10 days into August, 44 U.S. soldiers were been killed, making it one of the deadliest months of the Iraq war. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Baghdad.

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Interest Rates Raised Again

Stocks gained as the fed raised short-term interest rates another quarter point. This indicates it's not done rising yet CBS News' Susan McGinnis reports.

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Violence Surges In Iraq

CBS News? Sharyn Alfonsi reports that military leaders were expecting more violence as Iraqis got closer to drafting a constitution.

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5 More U.S. Soldiers Killed

U.S. commanders say "Operation Quick Strike" has disrupted militants in western Iraq. But that assessment is tempered by word that insurgents have killed five more U.S. troops, Meg Oliver reports.

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Attacks Kill 5 U.S. Soldiers

Insurgents killed four U.S. soldiers in the city of Beiji, north of Baghdad. Another blast in the capital city killed seven, including one GI. Susan Roberts reports.

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Nagasaki Bomb 60th Anniv.

CBS News RAW: Families, survivors and Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi mark the 60th anniversary of the destruction of Nagasaki by a U.S. nuclear bomb in World War II.

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Bush's Sunny Economic Forecast

From his ranch in Crawford, Texas, an upbeat President Bush had good news to share about the economy. But, as CBS News' Meg Oliver reports, a lot of the public isn't buying his message.

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Bush Signs Energy Bill

Big businesses could save billions from tax subsidies under the new energy bill signed by President Bush. Bill Plante reports on the legislation that some criticize for doing too little.

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