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Sunday, June 18, 2006

Moonshine Used As Fuel

With no end in sight to volatile gas prices, residents in Tullahoma, Tenn., are using something called "White Lightning," also known as moonshine, to fuel their cars. Joie Chen explains.

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Al Qaeda Head Bars Subway Plot

According to a new book by Ron Suskind, al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri called off a plan to use poisonous gas in New York City's transit system. Randall Pinkston reports on why it was stopped.

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Waging War Against The Taliban

The U.S. military along with British forces are in the opening stages of a "spring offensive" to take down the Taliban in Afghanistan, which is slowly making a comeback. Dan Raviv reports.

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What's Al Qaeda's Big Plan?

CBS News consultant Michael Scheuer explains to Russ Mitchell why al Qaeda's second in command Ayman al Zawahiri would call off the New York City subway terror plan.

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Ongoing Search For Missing GIs

There is still no sign of two U.S. soldiers who have been missing for three days since they came under gunfire in Baghdad. A witness claims they were taken captive by masked gunmen, reports Lee Cowan.

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Two Fathers Differ Over Iraq

Paul Schrader and Bob Derga, two fathers of fallen Marines, assess the merits of fighting the war in Iraq after losing their sons to combat battle.

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Stampede Kills 4 Afghan Girls

CBS News RAW: An accidental gas explosion at a school in Herat, Afghanistan, sent panic through the classrooms and triggered a stampede that left four girls dead and several injured.

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Justice Alito Throws 1st Pitch

CBS News RAW: Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito was on hand to throw the ceremonial first pitch before the Phillies-Devil Rays game in Philadelphia. Alito is a life-long Phillies fan.

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2003 NYC Subway Plot Nixed

A new Ron Suskind book excerpted in Time magazine says al Qaeda had plans to attack New York City's subways with poison gas, but Osama bin Laden's second in command called it off. Claire Leka reports.

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Caldwell On Missing Soldiers

CBS News RAW: U.S. military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell said troops are using every means to search for two soldiers that went missing after an attack south of Baghdad.

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Queen Elizabeth's Birthday

CBS News RAW: Queen Elizabeth II of England took part in a second round of celebrations of her 80th birthday in London, which included a big parade and a Royal Air Force jets show.

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'Shuttle Needs To Go Back'

Only On The Web: CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood discusses why NASA's Discovery will soon be back in space. The launch date was set for July 1.

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