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Monday, July 3, 2006

NASA Okays Tues Shuttle Launch

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood explains the piece of cracked foam NASA found on Discovery and how they are still going ahead with the plan to launch Tuesday.

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Mexico's Pres Race Too Close

CBS News Foreign Affiars Analyst Pam Falk examines Mexico's presidential race and what to expect from whoever wins.

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Mexico Recounts Votes By Hand

Votes in the most competitive race in Mexico history will be recounted individually ? by hand. Bill Whittaker reports.

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NASA's Shuttle Reasoning

CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood talks with Russ Mitchell about the problems with Discovery's fuel tank foam, and NASA's reasoning behind going ahead with the shuttle launch countdown.

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Deadly Bombings In Iraq

Another round of deadly bombings is hitting Iraq. As Bianca Solorzano reports, the violence comes as a U.S. soldier is charged in a deadly attack on an Iraqi family.

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Crack Could Delay Discovery

Bad weather has scrubbed two launches, and now there's a new problem for Discovery. Inspectors found a crack in the foam of the external fuel tank. Drew Levinson reports from Kennedy Space Center.

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Corzine On N.J. Budget Talks

CBS News RAW: New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine speaks with the media about the ongoing negotiations with the legislature over the state's budget.

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Iraq's Most Wanted

On a day when a car bomb in a Baghdad market killed more than 60 people, Iraq's government released a list of the country's top fugitive terrorists. Lee Cowan reports.

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White House-Press Face-Off

A battle between the White House and the print media, especially The New York Times, is heating up over the issue of a secret government program brought to light by three papers. Mary Calvi reports.

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