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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Protests Greet Bush In Austria

President Bush is holding steady the pressure on Iran, while keeping an eye on other trouble spots from a summit in Vienna. But, Charlie D'Agata reports, protesters had their own agenda.

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Leaders On Iran's Nukes

CBS News RAW: President Bush wants Iran to "verifiably suspend" its nuclear program and said its government's desire to wait until August to respond to incentives is unwise.

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'I'd Like To End Guantanamo'

CBS News RAW: While visiting with leaders in Vienna, President Bush said he'd "like to end Guantanamo" and for "it to be over with." He also called some of the detainees "cold-blooded killers."

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N. Korea Nukes Cloud EU Summit

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras reports from Vienna, where the North Korea missile threat is overshadowing President Bush's meeting with the European Union about issues like Iran and security.

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A New Look At King

Anthony Mason spends some time with David Redden, who explains how Martin Luther King Jr.'s personal papers allow for a new and intimate glimpse at his life.

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Prison Shootout In Florida

A shootout at a federal prison in Florida left an FBI agent and one of the prison guards he was trying to arrest dead. Jim Acosta reports from the scene.

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Shootout- What Happened?

Jim Stewart reports from Washington with more details on the shootout at a federal prison in Florida that resulted in the death of an FBI agent and a prison guard.

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8 Servicemen Charged In Murder

A military investigation of alleged attacks by American troops on civilians in Iraq has resulted in murder charges against eight servicemen. David Martin has more.

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Saddam Lawyer Killed

Khamis al-Obeidi, Saddam Hussein's No. 2 lawyer, was found dead; his bullet-riddled body was dumped at a traffic circle in Baghdad. Lee Cowan reports.

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Drug Benefit No Help On Price

Two consumer groups say the new Medicare drug benefit is driving up prices for the top 20 medications, costing senior citizens and taxpayers. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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'Pretexting' Pays Big

Two data brokers, who buy and sell personal information, showed Congress that it's easy to get that data by "pretexting," or pretending to be someone else. Sharyl Attkisson explains.

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More Abramoff Fallout

As a Senate committee prepares to release a report on the Abramoff scandal, Armen Keteyian speaks with a former official of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, who paints a troubling portrait of the agency.

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King Archive Yields Surprises

Sotheby's, which will auction thousands of Martin Luther King Jr.'s personal papers next week, found some surprises among them. Anthony Mason has more.

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Making The Law Clear

Only On The Web: Rep. Ed Whitfield explains what the Energy Commerce committee is doing to safeguard valuable personal information like credit card numbers and social security numbers.

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North Korea's Next Move?

National security analyst Michael O'Hanlon of The Brookings Institution speaks to Harry Smith about the threat of North Korea's nuclear missile test and how the U.S. is preparing for such an act.

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Report- Iraqis Killed Soldiers

A new investigation reveals that soldiers Patrick McCaffrey and Andre Tyson were not ambushed as initially reported in 2004. They were killed by Iraqis on patrol with them, reports Rene Syler.

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North Korea's Nuclear Threat

North Korea's plans to test launch a missile will likely overshadow President Bush's visit with European leaders in Austria. Thalia Assuras report.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on investors search for economic news, Lego's move from the U.S. to Mexico in 2007 and good news for borrowers with high interest rates on their student loans.

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Friendly Fire

Giuliana Sgrena, reporter for Il Manifesto and former hostage in Iraq, talks about her experience being held captive and the controversial incident that followed her release.

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Servicemen Charged With Murder

CBS News RAW: The U.S. Marines Corps says seven Marines and a Navy corpsman have been charged with the murder of an Iraqi civilian.

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2 Bodies Recovered In Iraq

Remains believed to be two missing U.S. soldiers have been recovered In Iraq. As Drew Levinson reports, the military encountered roadside bombs and other explosives during its search for the men.

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Sen. Frist On North Korea

Senate Major Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., speaks to Hannah Storm about the news that North Korea is threatening to test a long-range missile, and also the Iraq war exit strategy.

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Energy Drink Warnings

Health magazine's Samantha Heller speaks to Hannah Storm about energy drinks, after a recent article revealed that such drinks may have unsafe ingredients. They discuss safer alternatives.

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