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Monday, June 26, 2006

Gay Pride Marches On In NYC

Following an alleged attack on gay singer Kevin Aviance, gay pride took on a bigger meaning, as supporters participated in New York City's annual Heritage of Pride Parade. WCBS' Dave Carlin reports.

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The Craigslist Phenomenon

Online ads are more popular than ever, and that's a big problem for the newspapers. John Blackstone has more on craigslist and the Internet giants that want to get in on the market.

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The Troop Strength Question

On a day when three more U.S. troops were killed, President Bush appeared to back away somewhat from a proposal to sharply cut American combat strength in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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Hamas' Israeli Hostage

Palestinian militants holding an Israeli soldier demanded that Israel release Palestinian women and children from jails. Israel refused and is threatening a major offensive. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Israel Reacts To Kidnapping

Israeli troops are preparing to move into the Gaza Strip following the kidnapping of an Israeli soldier by Palestinian militants. Sheila MacVicar reports from Tel Aviv.

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Troop Withdrawal From Iraq?

Retired Army Col. Mitch Mitchell speaks to Harry Smith about a purported proposal that says that Gen. George Casey, the top American commander in Iraq, has a U.S. troop withdrawal plan from Iraq.

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Iraq Exit Plan?

The top U.S. commander in Iraq reportedly has an exit plan that could begin as early as September. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Discrimination Against Boys?

Only On The Web: Gerald Anglin and his son Doug have filed a federal civil rights complaint against their local school district for allegedly discriminating against boys.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a study linking headaches to obesity in children, new imaging technology that can catch cancer early and the growing number of Americans visiting doctors and hospitals.

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Troop Reductions Downplayed

Though President Bush downplayed the idea of a timetable for troop withdrawals from Iraq, his White House spokesman says troop reduction is an option being considered. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: A billionaire in a giving mood, Hamas' Israeli hostage and the craigslist phenomenon.

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Report- Plan To Remove Troops

Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., speak to Bob Schieffer about the North Korean nuclear missile threat and a report about a possible U.S. troop withdrawal plan from Iraq.

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Midterm Elections Preview

Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times and Dan Balz of The Washington Post speak to Bob Schieffer about the issues expected to have an impact in this year's fall elections on "Face The Nation."

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See You In September

Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer comments on what Congress hasn't been able to achieve thus far in 2006, as senators and representatives head home for the summer recess.

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