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Monday, June 19, 2006

Cold War Heroes Battle Cancer

Thousands of workers unknowingly worked with uranium during the Cold War. Byron Pitts reports that most of them are having their compensation claims turned down by a government agency.

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North Korea Ready To Fire?

U.S. military intelligence is keeping a close eye on North Korea, which allegedly has a long-range missile almost ready to be fired. As Jim Axelrod reports, American officials are concerned.

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Thwarting Hostage Taking

Two U.S. soldiers were captured on one of Iraq's meanest streets. The military is trying to figure out exactly how it happened. David Martin reports.

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U.S. Search Teams Under Attack

Al Qaeda claims two U.S. soldiers who disappeared after an attack are being held prisoner. As Lee Cowan reports, there's no sign of them despite one of the largest search operations of the war.

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Terrorism On The Subways?

Ronald Suskind, author of "The One Percent Doctrine," talks about his investigation into an alleged al Qaeda plot to release deadly gas into New York's subway system.

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Search For U.S. Soldiers

Only On The Web: Lee Cowan reports from Baghdad that the search for two missing U.S. soldiers has become increasingly large and violent.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's Stories: A health editor speaks about an online guide to find the right supplement; learn how to boost your metabolism; and Sen. Ted Kennedy on his book "My Senator and Me."

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Sen. Kennedy's Four-Legged Pal

Sen. Edward Kennedy speaks to Harry Smith about his book, "My Senator and Me," which is a new children's book about the politician's dog Splash. He also discusses his family and the Iraq war.

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Search For Missing Soldiers

Only On The Web: Lee Cowan reports on two missing U.S. soldiers. Some 8,000 U.S. Army soldiers and Iraq police and military have launched an exhaustive search for the men.

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Alleged NYC Cyanide Plot

Based on Ron Suskind's new book, al Qaeda allegedly plotted to use homemade devices to spread cyanide in New York City subways in 2003. Randall Pinkston reports.

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U.S. Warns N. Korea On Missile

North Korea says it's going ahead with plans to test a long-range missile capable of reaching the United States. The U.S. is warning North Korea not to launch. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Missing Troops' Names Revealed

A search is under way in Iraq for the two U.S. soldiers who were taken June 16. Lee Cowan reports the soldiers are Pfc. Kristian Menchaca, 23, and Pfc. Thomas L. Tucker, 25.

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NYC Subway Terrorism Plot?

CBS News terrorism analyst Christopher Whitcomb explains to Julie Chen that the plot to attack New York City's subways, which was outlined in Ron Suskin's new book, may not have been plausible.

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Wanted- Tough Online Drug Laws

A watchdog group says it is easy to get prescription drugs on the Internet without a prescription and is campaigning for tougher laws. Dr. Sean Kenniff reports.

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HealthWatch

Steve Dunlop reports on a goose testing positive for bird flu in Canada, what the next big American health crisis may be and a consumer health group is targeting Starbucks over its high-fat products.

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North Korea Nuclear Analysis

CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pam Falk discusses why North Korea is flexing their muscle and is ready to launch a nuclear test missile.

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Evening News Online

Monday: The military launches a search for two U.S. soldiers, NASA has decided to go ahead with the launch of the space shuttle Discovery, and an older generation is using video games.

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Discovery Safety Debate

NASA has decided to go ahead with the launch of the space shuttle Discovery on July 1. But that decision does not have the full support of the space agency's top safety officials. Bob Orr reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Delta Airlines' plans to terminate pilots' pensions, Whole Food Market's decision to stop selling lobster and soft shells and a new Apple iPod ? the ultraportable iPod.

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Senators Debate Iraq, Gitmo

Senators Joseph Biden, D-Del., and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., debate President Bush's war plan in Iraq and the situation surrounding Guantanamo Bay with Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation."

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Snow Pressed On The Issues

White House Press Secretary Tony Snow speaks to Bob Schieffer about several issues, including the war in Iraq, North Korea's missile testing, two missing U.S. soldiers, Karl Rove and troop withdrawal.

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