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Thursday, July 6, 2006

Israel Steps Up Gaza Pressure

The crisis in the Gaza strip intensified as Israel pressed its campaign to free a kidnapped Israeli soldier and stop Palestinian rocket attacks. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Post-Mortem Terror Threats

An Arabic TV channel carried a videotape made by one of the London transit suicide bombers. As Richard Roth reports, the tape threatened more such violence to come.

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FBI's Personnel Exodus

Holding on to the kind of top talent it needs to prevent terror attacks is becoming a serious problem for the FBI. Jim Stewart reports.

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President Bush Turns 60

As President Bush becomes a sexagenarian, he and other members of his generation are redefining what it means to be 60. Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Do Winds Of Change Hurt FBI?

Only On The Web: Mike Mason, FBI's executive assistant director of criminal investigations, tells Jim Stewart that despite changes in the counterterrorism branch command, there is continuity.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: A tighter squeeze at the pump, Israel steps up Gaza pressure and President Bush turns 60.

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London Suicide Bomber's Video

A video has been released on the eve of the anniversary of the London transit bombings. It shows one of the suicide bombers warning that London was just the beginning. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Discovery Docks With Station

CBS News RAW: The space shuttle Discovery performed a belly flop so pictures could be taken of its belly to check for any damage. Discovery then docked with the International Space Station.

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Life In Space

Only On The Web: Kelly Cobiella spoke to retired astronaut Jim Voss, who lived on the international space station for almost six months.

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Threat From Beyond The Grave

Only On The Web: Richard Roth spoke to terrorism expert Crispin Black about the implications of a newly released videotape featuring one of the London suicide bombers.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports economists are expecting that 160,000 jobs were added last month, crude oil prices peaked after North Korea's missile launches, and casino stocks slumped on the market.

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No Dice For Atlantic City

A government shutdown in New Jersey has idled thousands of state and casino employees, and many find it confusing. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Atlantic City on day two of the lockdown.

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U.S. Seeks N. Korea Talks

The United States has deployed envoys to seek diplomatic means of dealing with the North Korea missile crisis. They will be making stops in China and Japan, Barry Petersen reports.

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More Launches From N. Korea?

Pentagon officials do not believe North Korea will launch more missiles, but North Korea has the capability to fire short and medium-range missiles on short notice. Dave Martin reports.

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Negotiating With North Korea

As someone who's dealt with North Korea in the past, Gov. Bill Richardson, D-N.M., speaks to Harry Smith about how the U.S. and the international community should deal with the rogue nation.

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'The Early Show' Online

Wednesday's Stories: An expert discusses why teens face a high risk of becoming alcoholics; MySpace helps reunite a mother and daughter after 15 years; and one injured GI's life since Iraq.

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Injured Soldier's New Life

Thousands of U.S. military personnel have been seriously injured in Iraq. When they return, some struggle for a new, balanced life. Thalia Assuras reports with one soldier's story.

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Atlantic City Closes Casinos

Slot machines have fallen silent, dealers have been sent home and all the casinos in Atlantic City, N.J., are closed for the first time ever. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on New Jersey's budget woes.

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