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Tuesday, July 4, 2006

Violent Fourth Of July In Iraq

On this Fourth of July, President Bush is spending time with U.S. troops, thanking them for their service. Meanwhile, there was another high profile kidnapping in Iraq. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Train Suicide Attempt Thwarted

CBS News RAW: A visually impaired man was rescued by two men at a subway station in Daegu, South Korea, as he attempted suicide by jumping on the tracks, a news agency reports.

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'Evening News' Online

Tuesday's stories: North Korea test fired multiple missiles, the space shuttle Discovery took off, and an Iranian immigrant becomes an American citizen after 27 years of hard work.

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A New Marching Band For Iraq

Among the Iraqis who suffered under Saddam Hussein's oppressive reign were his former marching band members. As Lee Cowan reports, they are now free to play on as never before.

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Becoming An American

The path to citizenship can be long and challenging, but ultimately rewarding. John Blackstone reports on the story of Mike Behnam, an Iranian who finally became an American citizen after 27 years.

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Shuttle Discovery's Launch

After problems with the foam of a fuel tank, Discovery took off on July 4. As Bob Orr reports, small pieces of an unidentified material came off the tank, but NASA officials are not worried.

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White House Reacts To Missiles

CBS News chief White House correspondent Jim Axelrod joins Russ Mitchell to discuss North Korea's missile tests.

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Discovery Launch Was 'Great'

CBS News RAW: NASA officials call Discovery's launch a success and say it will probably take up to three days to analyze all the data recorded during the shuttle's takeoff.

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Discovery Blasts Off

After two unsuccessful attempts, space shuttle Discovery finally lifted off from Kennedy Space Center on its way to the International Space Station. Drew Levinson reports.

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Discovery Lifts Off

CBS News RAW: The Discovery blasted off on July 4 on NASA's first shuttle launch in a year.

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Countdown To Liftoff

It's all systems go for the first-ever July 4th liftoff of a space shuttle. Experts say the crack found in the foam surrounding Discovery's fuel tank won't threaten the launch. Drew Levinson reports.

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What's Next For Discovery?

Only On The Web: CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood explains what lies ahead for the crew of space shuttle Discovery, after it successfully lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center.

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Election Uncertainty In Mexico

Bill Whitaker reports on the fallout from Mexico's presidential election as one candidate proclaims victory, while the other is demanding a recount.

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Discovery Ready For Liftoff?

NASA administrator Michael Griffin speaks to Rene Syler about the agency's next attempt to launch space shuttle Discovery, a day after a three-inch piece of foam popped off the spacecraft's fuel tank.

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Gen. Pace On Iraq Murder Case

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Peter Pace speaks to Harry Smith about the arrest of a U.S. soldier who was charged in the rape of an Iraqi woman and the murder of her and her family.

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Israel, Captors Face-Off

The captors of an Israeli soldier are demanding Palestinian prisoners be released or the soldier's case will be considered closed. Sheila MacVicar reports Israel continues its military campaign.

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Surge Of New Violence In Iraq

A bomb went off in Iraq this morning killing at least 3 people and wounding over 20. Also, an assemblywoman was kidnapped causing a Sunni group to walkout out of the legislature. Lee Cowan reports.

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Diplomacy Not Fruitful

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar reports from the Gaza Strip on the conflict between Israel and the captors of an abducted soldier. So far, diplomacy has not been bearing very much fruit.

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