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Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Is CIA's Osama Unit Closed?

CBS News terrorism analyst Michael Scheuer speaks to Hannah Storm about a report that the CIA has shut down the unit that is responsible for hunting al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

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Discovery's Maintenance Work

A day after successfully launching from the Kennedy Space Center, astronauts on board Discovery will begin the process of inspecting the space shuttle for any signs of damage. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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N. Korea Missile Reaction

North Korea's decision to test-fire missiles in the region has drawn reaction throughout the world. Barry Petersen reports from Tokyo.

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N. Korea Launches New Missile

There are reports that North Korea launched a seventh missile, in addition to the six that it test-fired the day before on July 4. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Sen. Biden On N. Korea Test

North Korea launched several missiles despite warnings from the international community. Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, talks with Harry Smith.

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Losing The Information War

CBS News Correspondent Barry Petersen sits down with former CBS News producer Peter Herford to discuss why China wants to control the media and why they are losing the information war.

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MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports on the upcoming jobs report, the Federal Reserve's possible decision on interest rates and the growing number of share file users on the Internet.

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N. Korea Tests Another Missile

Only On The Web: Wyatt Andrews reports on North Korea's seven missile tests in the past two days, which is in defiance of the international community.

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Day 1 For Discovery- Body Scan

Only On The Web: Kelly Cobiella reports Discovery's astronauts will be checking more than 24,000 tiles along the heat shield of the shuttle to detect any possible damage.

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N. Korea Wanted Attention

Michael Levi from the Council on Foreign Relations discusses why North Korea performed missile tests and how diplomacy will have to take place in the near future.

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White House Seeks Diplomacy

The Bush administration is focusing on a diplomatic solution to North Korea's missile launch and trying to keep this dispute from escalating into a full-blown crisis. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Japan Reacts To Missile

Among the countries clearly in range of North Korea's missiles is Japan, which called for economic sanctions and demanded that the country halt its ballistic missile program. Barry Petersen reports.

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Tensions Escalate In Gaza

Nearly two weeks after Palestinian militants kidnapped an Israeli soldier, the Israeli military launched what may be the start of a major operation in northern Gaza. Sheila MacVicar has the story.

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Focus On Immigration Reform

Immigration reform is one of the most pressing issues facing this country. The issue took center stage at hearings across the country. Will they help resolve the dispute? Byron Pitts reports.

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All Bets Off In New Jersey

In Atlantic City, a city synonymous with gambling, both the house and the gamblers came up losers on Wednesday. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how New Jersey's budget impasse has shut down the casinos.

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UN Reacts To North Korea

World leaders reacted unfavorably after North Korea test-fired seven missiles. CBS News' Jennifer Miller reports on the U.N. Security Council's response.

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Bush On N. Korea Missiles

CBS News RAW: President Bush said Russia, South Korea, Japan, China and the United States have to work together to push North Korea's regime to give up its nuclear weapons program.

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U.N. Unhappy With North Korea

CBS News RAW: John Bolton, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said that members of the United Nations were upset with North Korea's seven missile tests in the past two days.

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Rice- North Korea Must Change

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that North Korea's missile tests have resulted in a negative reaction from the world and that it must "change its behavior."

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Bush's Immigration Plan

CBS News RAW: While visiting a Dunkin' Donuts in Alexandria, Va., President Bush discussed what needs to be done in Congress to deal with illegal immigration in the United States.

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New Jersey Budget Showdown

With casinos and state parks slated to be the next victims of New Jersey's ongoing government shutdown, Gov. Jon Corzine urged lawmakers to compromise on his budget plan. KYW's Joe Osman reports.

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Corzine On N.J.'s Budget Mess

CBS News RAW: Gov. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., explains what has gone wrong in the Garden State's budget process and says what he believes needs to be done to fix the problem and stop the shutdown.

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Bush Says No To Troop Pullout

CBS News RAW: President Bush spent Independence Day with troops at Ft. Bragg, N.C., and spoke to them about the Iraq war and why he is resisting calls to set a timetable for a troop pullout.

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