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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

What's On Congress' Docket?

Amy Walter, senior editor of the Cook Political Report, speaks to Harry Smith about issues Congress is set to take up before the summer break, including a flag burning amendment and gay marriage.

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Bush, Cheney Rebuke N.Y. Times

President Bush and Vice President Cheney are still upset over The New York Times disclosure of an anti-terrorism program, saying they believe it has hurt national security. Thalia Assuras reports.

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'Evening News' Online

Tuesday's stories: Record rain and flooding in three states, and more is on the way; the cost of war; and how to deal with college debt.

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Dealing With College Debt

Few Americans feel the rising cost of borrowing money more than recent college graduates, but borrowers still have a chance to catch a break before the rates go up. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Push For Minimum Wage Hike

While they are waiting for Washington to vote on raising the minimum wage, some state legislatures have decided to put their own plans into action. Byron Pitts reports.

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Iraq Repair Bill Skyrockets

The repair costs for military vehicles in Iraq have been vastly underestimated ? by billions of dollars. David Martin reports.

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Rain, Rain Won't Go Away

On the East Coast, some government offices remain closed due to flooding, and there's more rain on the way. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Bush Upset With Leakers

CBS News RAW: President Bush expressed his dismay with leakers and a newspaper that disclosed a secret anti-terrorism program that taps into a database of confidential financial records.

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North Korea Talks Stalemate

Even though South Korea and many in Congress has called for diplomatic talks with North Korea about its nuclear missile threat, the Bush administration has refused. Meg Oliver reports.

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Bush On Global Warming

CBS News RAW: President Bush offered his solution to global warming, which includes the use of nuclear power.

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