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Saturday, July 1, 2006

2 Bin Laden Tapes In 2 Days

There have been two messages in just 39 hours from Osama Bin Laden. The al Qaeda leader's new tape aims to show that he's still in charge, according to terrorism experts. Joie Chen reports.

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'Not A Good Day To Launch'

As Discovery's astronauts climbed into the orbiter they were still hopeful that threatening clouds would clear. They didn't. Bob Orr reports on NASA's attempt to get the shuttle off the launch pad.

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Dozens Die In Baghdad Blast

A Baghdad market, teeming with mid-morning shoppers in a predominantly Shiite enclave, disintegrated in a matter of seconds when a car bomb exploded killing at least 65 people. Lee Cowan reports.

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NASA Scrubs Discovery Launch

CBS News RAW: Thunderstorms forced NASA to call off today's launch of the space shuttle Discovery, delaying the first shuttle flight in a year by one day. Peter King reports.

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Bush, Japan PM Visit Graceland

CBS News RAW: President Bush and Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi went on a private tour through Elvis Presley's legendary Memphis mansion. Koizumi sang and showed his moves.

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Global Warming And Allergies

The allergy season is turning into an "allergy year" for millions of Americans. As Mark Phillips reports, health experts say there's a big reason why: global warming.

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Israel Maintains Force In Gaza

Israel kept up the military pressure in Gaza, while negotiators worked to resolve the crisis triggered by Palestinian militants who kidnapped an Israeli soldier. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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