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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Bush- Ceasefire No Use

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports that President Bush believes diplomacy serves no purpose in the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict unless it fixes the underlying problem.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Fed Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is set to deliver his semiannual testimony to Congress, wholesale inflation rose 0.5 percent, and a new home construction report.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a new matchstick-sized birth control device, a new test for hepatitis B, and a bill to expand federal funding of embryonic stem cell research that may be vetoed by the president.

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Syria Blames U.S.

Richard Roth reports that while the White House believes the Syrian government could pressure Hezbollah to stop fighting, they aren't interested in talking. And that's sending its own message.

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Hezbollah In America

According to authorities, the Hezbollah terrorists who started the trouble in Lebanon also have a U.S. presence. Jim Stewart reports the FBI says it's keeping a close watch.

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Bush's First Veto

In the first veto of his presidency, President Bush rejected using taxpayer money for embryonic stem cell research. Gloria Borger looks at why the president defied his own party.

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Bush On Stem-Cell Funding Veto

CBS News RAW: President Bush spoke after vetoing the first bill of his presidency, which would have allowed expanded federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research.

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Americans Flee Lebanon

Thousands of Americans are leaving war-ravaged Lebanon as violent assaults escalate. CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Death Toll In Iraq

A U.N. report on civilian deaths in Iraq puts the daily violence in that country into a new, somber light. CBS News' Bianca Solorzano reports on the staggering numbers.

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Hospital Murder Charges

CBS News RAW: Louisiana Attorney General Charles Foti announced second-degree murder charges against a doctor and two nurses who worked in a New Orleans hospital during Hurricane Katrina.

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Is Syria Influencing Lebanon?

CBS News RAW: President Bush said that he believes Syria is attempting to assert itself into Lebanon's political structure. He stressed that Lebanon's young government needs to "survive."

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Americans Wait To Be Evacuated

The United States is sending in 2,200 Marines and five warships to get Americans out of Lebanon, where the fighting shows no sign of letting up. Charlie D'Agata reports from Jerusalem.

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