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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Bush- Hezbollah Is The Problem

The president made it clear that he thinks Syria's sponsorship of the terrorist organization is a main concern in the Middle East. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Syria Denies Hezbollah Support

With the White House now focused on Syria's sponsorship of Hezbollah, the Syrian government is feeling the pressure and denying just about everything. Richard Roth reports.

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GAO Finds More Katrina Waste

A new GAO study obtained by CBS News finds some credit cards that were supposed to be used for rescue and relief purchases after Hurricane Katrina were abused. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Is Hezbollah A Big Threat?

CBS News Military Analyst Ret. Army Col. Mitch Mitchell discusses the bombing in Israel and Lebanon and why it's taking the US so long to remove it's citizens from Lebanon.

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Has UN Sec. Council Failed?

CBS News Up to the Minute Contributor Frank Ucciadro sat down with Lebanon's special envoy to the U.N. Ambassador Nouhad Mahoud to discuss the events in Lebanon.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the market expects profit reports from industry leaders, including IBM, and June's producer price index; oil prices help Wall Street recover; and Ford's longer warranties.

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Hezbollah, Israel Trade Fire

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports from Haifa, Israel, on the steady exchange of rocket attacks between the Jewish state and Hezbollah guerillas in Lebanon.

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Electric Smart Cars

Richard Griffiths, co-founder of Hybrid Technologies, talks with Rene Syler about the electric smart car, which runs on lithium battery.

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Middle East Diplomacy

Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns explains to Hannah Storm what is being done on the diplomatic front to quell the conflict that is threatening to consume the Middle East.

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Lebanon Evacuation Intensifies

The U.S. military will begin evacuating Americans from Lebanon to Cyprus, using commercial ships and military helicopters. David Martin explains the evacuation may be complete by the end of the week.

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U.S. Citizens Fleeing Mideast

There are still thousands of Americans stranded in the Lebanon looking to get out. The U.S. is undertaking its first large-scale evacuations from Lebanon. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Beirut.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's stories: A couple uses the Internet to help them start a family, Kate Hudson discuses her new film "You, Me and Dupree" and a new technology helping people with paralysis move again.

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Couple Says Baby Or Bust

A young Kansas couple is relying on the Internet to help them realize their dream of having a family via in vitro fertilization. Brandi and Shelton Koskie discuss their Web site with Hannah Storm.

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Discovery Scheduled For Return

Weather permitting, the Space Shuttle Discovery will touch down this morning in Florida, capping off a successful mission. Bob Orr reports from the Kennedy Space Center.

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