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Friday, July 7, 2006

Sidetracked By North Korea?

President Bush's new strategy is to focus on domestic issues but North Korea's launch of several missiles is overshadowing issues at home. Bill Plante reports.

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Medicare's Unexpected Burden

The intent of the Medicare drug plan was to subsidize medicine costs for tens of millions of Americans. But as Wyatt Andrews reports, prescriptions that once cost nothing are now a financial burden.

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Florida Vacation For Soldiers

Daniel Sackett, Matthew McDonnell, Shawn Brennan and Johnny Garland are high school friends who served in the military. Dave Price gave them a trip to Florida as part of the "Great American Vacation."

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the June unemployment report, the Supreme Court rules in favor the tobacco industry, N.J. lawmakers reach a budget deal, and Microsoft challenges Apple's iPod.

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NYC Tunnel Terror Plot Foiled

The FBI has uncovered a terror plot that targeted the transit tunnels that connect New York City and New Jersey. As Wendy Gillette reports, an al Qaeda operative is under arrest overseas.

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NY Terror Plot 'The Real Deal'

CBS News RAW: Mark Mershon, assistant director for the FBI in charge of operations for Greater New York, said a joint operation intercepted a terror group that was plotting to attack the city.

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Evening News Online

Friday: A"real deal" terror plot, heightened tensions between North Korea and Japan and pirates of the movie industry.

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Far East Tensions 'White Hot'

President Bush said at a Chicago news conference that he wants a peaceful solution to the North Korean missile dispute. As Barry Petersen reports, Japan has already taken action.

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Iraq Massacre Report

The U.S. military announced that a report on whether Marines lied about killings in Haditha last year has been forwarded to the U.S. commander in Iraq. David Martin has exclusive details.

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Learning From London Attacks

Terrorism experts have gone over in detail the London suicide bombings that occurred one year ago. Jim Stewart reports on what they've learned.

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'Real Deal' Terror Plot

The FBI announced that it had foiled a suicide bombing plot centered on the commuter trains underneath the Hudson River that link Manhattan and New Jersey. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Bush Discusses North Korea

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke to reporters in Chicago about rallying world support in confronting North Korea. He also responded to the Supreme Court decision regarding Guantanamo Bay.

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Alleged NYC Terror Plot Foiled

An alleged terror plot that targeted New York City's transit system has been foiled overseas. A suspect is in custody and authorities insist there's no reason for alarm. Wendy Gillette reports.

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Bush In Chicago

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports from Chicago, where President Bush discussed a range of issues including the North Korean missile standoff during a rare press conference.

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Serbs Overrun U.N. Safe Haven

This Week In History: Serb forces overran what the United Nations had promised would be a safe haven in Bosnia on July 11, 1995.

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Yeltsin Quits Communist Party

This Week In History: Boris Yeltsin, then the President of the Russian Republic, shocked the Soviet Union when he announced that he was quitting the Communist Party on July 12, 1990.

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Commemorating London Attacks

Britain commemorated the first-year anniversary of the London terrorist attacks with a ceremony for victims' families and survivors in Regents Park. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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London Bombings Remembered

Only On The Web: A national service of remembrance was held in London's Regents Park with readings, poems and songs to commemorate the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

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'It Was A Horrific Sight'

Only On The Web: Michael Henning, who survived the London bombings on July 7, 2005, talks with Sheila MacVicar about the blasts that killed dozens of people.

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Bush On N. Korea Diplomacy

CBS News RAW: Speaking at a news conference with the Canadian prime minister, President Bush sounded off on the North Korean missile threat and said the issue must be handled diplomatically.

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North Korea Remains Defiant

The U.S. is dismissing North Korea's threat to test more missiles. As Jennifer Miller reports, world leaders are reacting and the White House is putting diplomacy into high gear.

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More N. Korean Missile Tests?

Even though his new long-range missile blew up shortly after launch, North Korea's Kim Jung Il did succeed in gaining President Bush's attention. David Martin reports.

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