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Sunday, June 25, 2006

Mercedes Turns 80

Eighty years ago, two companies came together to form one of the world?s most famous brands: Mercedes-Benz. Russ Mitchell reports on the history of the company that created luxury cars.

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Debate Over Nuclear Energy

Between rising oil prices and global warming fears, could there be an alternative energy source that's cheap and good for the planet? Cynthia Bowers reports on the possible comeback of nuclear power.

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Swapping A Car Lease

SmartMoney.com editor Ray Hennessey explains new website programs that allow people to trade car leases and the fine print you should be on the look out for.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the upcoming two-day Federal Reserve meeting chaired by Ben Bernanke, GM is set to announce how many employees accepted its buyout offer and a close watch on Six Flags.

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Hamas Kidnaps Israeli Soldier

In retaliation for airstrikes that killed a militant and 13 civilians, Hamas kidnapped an Israeli soldier serving on the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip. Robert Berger reports.

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The Voice Of Bush Set To Leave

Who is the man behind President Bush's speeches? His name is Michael Gerson, and the speechmaker is set to leave the White House and many wonder who can take his place. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Is There A Troop Pullout Plan?

According to The New York Times, there is word that the Pentagon has drawn up a troop withdrawal plan to bring some soldiers back home from Iraq. Joie Chen reports.

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Reaching Out To Insurgents

Iraq's prime minister presented a plan to put the country on the road to peace and end the bloodshed, but it includes a controversial measure to offer amnesty to insurgents. Lee Cowan reports.

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Soldier's Family Finds Peace

For the families of American soldiers missing in combat, the uncertainty about their fate is a cruel source of pain. Russ Mitchell reports on how military sleuths reunited a family after 30 years.

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Baghdad's Last Safe Area

After a bloody week in Baghdad, Iraqis were allowed back onto the streets to bury their dead. As Lee Cowan reports, the Green Zone is the last place anyone feels safe in Baghdad.

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Families Deny Terror Plot

The alleged homegrown plot to blow up Chicago's Sears Tower and other U.S. targets is being called a sham by those close to the seven suspected terrorists. Jim Acosta reports.

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