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Monday, July 10, 2006

Gas Blast Levels NYC Building

An explosion leveled a four-story building in New York City this morning. While there's still no definite cause for the blast, investigators say it is not terrorism related. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Chechen Terror Leader Is Dead

The Chechen terrorist who was behind the Beslan school siege was killed in southern Russia. Elizabeth Palmer reports that he may have been plotting an attack to coincide with the G-8 summit.

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New Saddam Trial Set To Begin

Saddam Hussein will go on trial again next month on separate charges, and U.S. experts have found powerful evidence for the prosecution. Lee Cowan reports.

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Ajami's 'The Foreigner's Gift'

Middle East expert and CBS News consultant Fouad Ajami speaks to Harry Smith about his new book "The Foreigner's Gift," which delves into a side of Iraq that many Americans do not get to see.

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Iraq Sectarian Strife

Amid allegations of rape and murder against U.S. troops, sectarian violence continues with the death of dozens in the streets of Iraq. Lee Cowan reports.

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McCain On North Korea, Iraq

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks with Hannah Storm about topics such as North Korea, the recent charges against five U.S. soldiers in Iraq and whether he'll run for president.

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Dying To Stand Up

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Ed Boyle discusses what happening to your body after death, and how the government wants to bury you vertically to save space.

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The News Stops For No One

During the Fourth of July holiday week, "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer took a well-needed vacation, but even then, the news did not exactly stop when he left.

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Bilateral Or Multiparty Talks?

Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., speaks to Bob Schieffer on "Face The Nation" about what may be the best approach to dealing with North Korea: One-on-one talks or multiparty negotiations.

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China's Influence On N. Korea

Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns speaks to Bob Schieffer about the North Korean missile threat and the major role China plays in getting the country to the negotiating table.

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