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Monday, June 12, 2006

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on inflation and interest rate fears, Intel's Pentium processors' decrease in price, and McDonald's new beverages.

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Always Online

Only On The Web: Students and teachers from the Waterbury Magnet School in Connecticut discuss the role of the Internet in kids' lives.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Tropical Storm Alberto threatens Florida, U.S. raids in Iraq and bucking the trend on crime.

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Syringes Wash Up On Beach

More than 100 sealed syringes containing an anti-nerve-gas agent wash up on beaches in Oceanside, California. KFMB-TV's Shawn Styles reports.

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Taliban On The Rise

CBS News Analyst Jere Van Dyk, looks at recent developments in Afghanistan as the Taliban grow stronger and coalition forces are working hard to keep the peace.

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Bush Gets Update On Iraq

President Bush and his top advisers are meeting for a two-day summit to get the latest information from military commanders on what's happening in Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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ACLU's Case Against The NSA

CBS News RAW: The associate legal director and executive director of the ACLU spoke about the organization's legal argument against the NSA over the domestic wiretapping program.

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Reviewing U.S. Policy On Iraq

President Bush is huddling with his top security officials and Cabinet members at Camp David today. It's the start of a two-day review of America's policy on Iraq. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Al-Zarqawi's Autopsy Results

The U.S. military shared the autopsy results on Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's body. The al Qaeda in Iraq leader lived for almost an hour after the bombing. Claudia Coffey reports.

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Zarqawi Was Alive For 52 Min.

CBS News RAW: Maj. Gen. William Caldwell and Col. Stephen Jones discuss Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's autopsy, which showed that the terrorist died approximately 52 minutes after the attack.

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Memorial For CBS News' Douglas

In Bedford, England, friends and family said goodbye to CBS News cameraman Paul Douglas, who died in a May 29 car bombing in Iraq. Bob Schieffer has more.

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Administration's War Summit

President Bush gathered his top advisers at Camp David for a war council on Iraq. Jim Axelrod has more.

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Is The Taliban Coming Back?

CBS News analyst Jere Van Dyke speaks to Russ Mitchell about the situation in Afghanistan, where the Taliban is reportedly making inroads into the country.

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Camp David Summit On Iraq

Following the good news from Iraq surrounding the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and the completion of a new government, President Bush will hold a summit about Iraq at Camp David. Joie Chen reports.

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Iraq's Al Qaeda Issues Threats

In an Internet message, the al Qaeda group in Iraq has issued a warning that revenge is forthcoming in retaliation for the death of their leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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