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Friday, June 23, 2006

Victory For Ahmadinejad

This Week In History: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the hard-line mayor of Tehran, defeated former president Hashemi Rafsanjani to win Iran's 2005 presidential election.

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North Korea Ready To Launch?

U.S. satellites remain focused on a launch pad in North Korea, where it appears that a missile is being prepared for launch. David Martin has the latest developments.

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Government's Financial Spying

The government acknowledged that its longstanding "follow the money" approach to fighting terrorism has gone much further than it previously admitted. Bob Orr reports.

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Homegrown Threats

Law enforcement officials say they have so much surveillance videotape of the Miami terrorism suspects that they could probably make a short movie. Jim Stewart has more.

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'Big Brother All-Stars' Plea

This summer on "Big Brother All-Stars," your Internet vote will help narrow the field from 20 past contestants down to 12. Four plead their case on "The Early Show."

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Tracking Terror $$ Or Spying?

The federal government defends a just-revealed program that traces money it says is related to the support of terrorism. Joie Chen reports that it raises new concerns about spying on Americans.

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Expert On Terror Plot Arrests

Former FBI agent and CBS News terrorism analyst Christopher Whitcomb joins Julie Chen to discuss seven suspects in a plot to attack buildings in the United States.

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Alleged Terror Bust In Miami

Seven men were arrested in an alleged homegrown terrorism plot. The FBI says their targets included the Sears Tower in Chicago and other high profile U.S. buildings. Jim Acosta reports.

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Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the arrest of seven terror plot suspects in Florida, a curfew in Baghdad and the U.S. gets eliminated from the World Cup.

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Tips On Car Trip Safety

Dave Price is in Fargo, N.D., and he talks with Lauren Fix, a BP spokesperson. She provides tips on fuel economy and how to keep your car safe on the road.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Chrysler plans to announce a major discounting program, home financing costs are rising, and a survey finds 30 percent of Americans find entertainment too expensive.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that a study says vitamins might not reduce the risk of cancer, many troops in Iraq are suffering migraines, and doctors advise against cell phone use outdoors during thunderstorms.

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Alleged Homegrown Terror Plot

Seven men have been indicted for an alleged terror plot that included blowing up the Sears Tower in Chicago. As Bianca Solorzano reports, the men are charged with seeking help from al Qaeda.

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'New Brand Of Terrorism'

CBS News RAW: In a speech in Cleveland, FBI Director Robert Mueller warned that al Qaeda remains a credible danger but stressed the threat posed by homegrown terrorist groups.

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Key Al Qaeda Leader Killed

CBS News RAW: The U.S. Army has released video of al Qaeda senior leader Mansur Sulayman Mansur Khalif, also known as Sheik Mansur, being shot at and killed by Coalition Forces. NO AUDIO.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Terrorist wannabes indicted, the government's financial spying and a new study says Americans now have fewer friends.

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'Sacred Arts, Ancient Sounds'

ShowBuzz RAW: The CBS special, airing June 25, looks at how arts are manifested in religious cultures, featuring Tibetan monks, an Islamic calligrapher, and a jazz singer who's a Jewish cantor.

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Rumsfeld On Troops In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld appeared with Army Gen. George Casey, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, and denied immediate plans to reduce troop levels in Iraq.

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President Bush In Hungary

Only On The Web: Thalia Assuras reports from Budapest, Hungary, on President Bush's meeting with the country's leader. President Bush's trip is still overshadowed by the North Korea situation.

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Tape Urges Afghan Uprising

Al Qaeda's No. 2 has issued a disturbing message. In a videotape released today Ayman al-Zawahiri is urging Afghans to rise up against U.S. forces. Mark Phillips reports.

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