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Saturday, July 15, 2006

Living In Space

The space shuttle Discovery separated from the international space station, and a German astronaut joined two others on the station. Kelly Cobiella takes a look at how astronauts live in space.

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Latin Swing Vote

Hispanic-Americans are tuned in to the immigration reform debate, and some are hoping they can swing the issue at the polls. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Bush, Putin Clash Over Mideast

At the G-8 summit, President Bush and Russia's President Putin called for a peaceful resolution to the Mideast crisis. But as Jim Axelrod reports, they found little else to agree on.

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Lebanon- U.S. Plans Evacuation

About 25,000 Americans are believed to be in Lebanon, and the U.S. government is working on plans to get them out of harm's way. Joie Chen reports.

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Israel- Iran Aids Hezbollah

Israel is battling on two fronts ? in Lebanon on its northern border, and Gaza to its south. But Israeli leaders say Iran is the power behind its enemies. Richard Roth reports.

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Israel Steps Up Beirut Bombing

The Mideast crisis may become a full-scale regional conflict. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, Israel inflicted heavy damage on Lebanon's infrastructure and hit targets near the Syrian border.

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2003- Saddam's Sons Killed

This Week In History: U.S. forces killed Saddam Hussein's two sons, Uday and Qusay, on July 22, 2003.

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Israel, Hezbollah Fire Away

Despite international calls for restraint, Israel and Hezbollah militants in Lebanon continue to pound each other with rockets. Bianca Solorzano reports that the death toll is at least 69.

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Plame- Cover Blown In Revenge

Former CIA agent Valerie Plame says she was wronged by Vice President Dick Cheney and other White House staff members when they purposely blew her cover out of revenge. Gwen Belton has the story.

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Plame Sues Over CIA Leak

CBS News RAW: Valerie Plame and her husband Joe Wilson discuss a civil suit they filed against Vice President Dick Cheney, Scooter Libby and Karl Rove.

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