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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Marriage Equality

Marc Solomon and his group Mass Equality have been flooding lawmakers with petitions to keep gay marriage legal. He says marriage equality is at stake. Byron Pitts reports.

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The Definition Of Marriage

Massachusetts Family Institute President Kris Mineau tells Byron Pitts that the issue of gay marriage was never really resolved in Massachusetts. He does not believe that gay marriage should be legal.

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Tension In Lebanon

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports on the Israeli army's attempts to retrieve the bodies of four Israeli soldiers killed in Lebanon.

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Feeling The Stress

The VA says roughly 25,000 veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Armen Keteyian reports on how the Army is handling the problem.

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Senate OKs Oil-Drilling Deal

With gas hovering around $3 a gallon, the Senate announced a surprise deal to open up new areas in the Gulf of Mexico to drill for oil and natural gas. Sharyl Attkisson has the story.

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Too Warm For Wine?

In California's wine country, winemakers depend on climate that's just right for grapes. But a new study says the industry is facing a threat from global warming. John Blackstone has the story.

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Terror Analyst On India Attack

About 150 people were killed and hundreds more wounded in a bombing attack on India's commuter rail system. CBS News terror analyst Christopher Whitcomb discusses the implications with Rene Syler.

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NASA Relies On Duct Tape

Kelly Cobiella reports on how Discovery shuttle astronauts were able to use an ordinary household item like duct tape to make repairs on their jet packs, even after their latest spacewalk.

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Mideast Violence Escalates

Fierce attacks on the Israeli-Lebanon border are being called an act of war by Israel's prime minister. Amidst that fighting, two more Israeli soldiers have been captured. Lara Logan reports.

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Indian Commuters Back On Track

Bombay commuters are back on trains while police inspect the wreckage from yesterday's terrorist bombings on the city's express trains. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Chen Up Late With Ferguson

Julie Chen appeared on "The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson" to talk about a past segment of "The Early Show" when the anchors swapped jobs with their spouses for a day.

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Dobbs Discusses U.S. Economy

CNN's Lou Dobbs speaks to Harry Smith about the current state of the U.S. economy after President Bush announced that the deficit for the 2006 fiscal year is expected to be $296 billion.

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Accepting Legal Realities

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses the White House's announcement that it will apply Geneva Convention to al Qaeda detainees in Guantanomo Bay.

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Analyst On Rising Gas Prices

Energy analyst John Kilduff speaks to Harry Smith about the rising gas prices and whether or not the cost of gasoline will dip this summer.

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Bush Heads To G8 Summit

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that there are a host of problems on President Bush's agenda as he heads to the G8 Summit.

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Gaza Crisis May Be Spreading

Only On the Web: Lara Logan reports from the Gaza strip on the worsening situation there, including Israel's recent offensive and the kidnapping of 2 Israeli soldiers by Hezbollah militants.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on the oil price and economic report watch on Wall Street, rising gas prices as summer travel season gets into high gear and wacky fruit drinks.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on key upcoming earning reports from several companies, Disney's expected stock boost and teen stars, who are expected to launch their own personal line of products.

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Shocking Terror Tape Released

There was more bloodshed in Iraq on Tuesday, following the release of a gruesome videotape showing the bodies of two U.S. soldiers who were killed by terrorists. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Gaza Under Heavy Duress

CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports on what Israel's next move may be to get a kidnapped soldier back from Palestinian militants and the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.

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