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Sunday, July 2, 2006

N.J. Gov't Set To Shut Down

A budget impasse has forced New Jersey to start shutting down its government, and the impact may soon be felt by out-of-state visitors like beachgoers on this July 4th weekend, reports Joie Chen.

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You Look Good, Mr. President

President Bush is set to turn 60 years old this week, and for a man who has probably one of the most stressful jobs in the world, he looks exceptionally fit and healthy. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Astronauts Are Also Fix-It Men

If repairs are ever needed on a shuttle in outer space, NASA astronauts are now well-trained to handle the job. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Stay In School, Stay In Mexico

A Mexican town is trying to keep its residents from leaving for the United States, legally or illegally, by investing in education opportunities for its youngest people. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Israel Steps Up Rescue Efforts

In an effort to rescue a captured soldier from militants' hands, Israel launched an airstrike on the Palestinian prime minister's office in Gaza to send a pointed message. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Limits To A Free Press?

Bob Schieffer speaks to Senators Arlen Specter, R-Pa., and Carl Levin, D-Mich., to get their opinion about The New York Times' decision to print a story about a secret government program.

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To Publish Or Not To Publish

Bill Keller, The New York Times' executive editor, speaks to Bob Schieffer about the paper's decision to print a story about a secret government program, which taps into terrorists' banking records.

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A Marine's Life In Iraq

Through still imagery, freelance photographer Lucian Read gives Americans at home a general idea what an average day is like for a U.S. Marine in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Wall Street's focus on the upcoming jobs market report, Kirk Kerkorian's idea for GM to sell a stake in its business and the auto industry's performance in June.

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Discovery Ready For Launch

Technical glitches and weather stand in the way of the Discovery space shuttle. Bob Orr reports it may be the first in NASA history to launch with a system classified as an "unacceptable risk".

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At Least 60 Dead In Iraq Blast

An attack on an Iraqi police convoy resulted in the deaths of at least 60 people and injured more than 100 in Baghdad today. Lee Cowan reports that it's the bloodiest attack in almost three months.

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Can New Mayor Revive Newark?

The swearing-in of Mayor Cory Booker marks a regime change in the struggling city of Newark, N.J. As Troy Roberts reports, all hope of revitalizing the city is pinned on the young upstart.

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