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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Annan Slams Hezbollah, Israel

CBS News RAW: U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan condemned Hezbollah for instigating the Mideast crisis and Israel for its "excessive use of force."

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Bush Addresses NAACP

CBS News RAW: After five years, President Bush finally accepted the NAACP's invitation to attend its convention. He said he wanted a "united American that is one nation under God."

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Israel Pushes On

There were more casualties and heavy fighting as the Israeli army pushed forward in its attempt to wipe out Hezbollah in southern Lebanon. Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan reports.

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U.S. Marines Back In Lebanon

Marines arrived in Lebanon to help American citizens evacuate the country. Elizabeth Palmer reports on why the operation was a historic moment.

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Bush Addresses NAACP

As the Senate voted to extend the 1965 Voting Rights Act, President Bush spoke to the NAACP. It was his first appearance before the civil right group during his presidency. Jim Axelrod reports.

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A Soldier's View Of War

U.S. troops in Iraq are giving us an unfiltered look at war with the help of digital technology. MTV News correspondent Gideon Yago joins Rene Syler to talk about the MTV special "Iraq Uploaded."

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Wall Street Rally

The stock market soared after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expressed optimism at a hearing on Capitol Hill. Financial analyst Greg McBride explains the economic news to Rene Syler.

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Middle East Debate

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is going to the Middle East in search of a diplomatic resolution to the crisis there. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., joins Hannah Storm to discuss the conflict.

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Stocks Up On Bernanke Comments

The stock markets jumped up after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke about interest rates. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Gizmorama Does GPS

Digital Dan Dubno offers up a look at some of the latest GPS devices for your car, your pocket and your life.

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Reliving 9/11 On The Screen

Director Oliver Stone and actor Nicolas Cage talk with Tracie Strahan about "World Trade Center."

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Intel had its biggest profit drop in four years, Ben Bernanke hints that rising interest rates may be over, and U.S. Airways wants to sell ads on its air sickness bags.

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New York Latino Film Festival

Calixto Chinchilla, founder of the New York International Latino Film Festival, tells the ShowBuzz.com what to expect from the festival's seventh edition, which starts July 25.

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Housing Market Cools

The chairman of the Federal Reserve said Thursday that the cool-down in the housing market has been "orderly." But as Sandra Hughes reports, the days when sellers were king are no more.

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Keeping Up With House Payments

With interest rates already high and still rising, how can you avoid breaking the bank on your house payments? Financial expert Ray Martin explains to Hannah Storm how it can be done.

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Hezbollah Leader Targeted

Only On The Web: Lara Logan reports on a major attack from the Israeli army targeting the leader of Hezbollah.

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Why The Evacuation Delay?

Only On The Web: Brigadier General Carl Jensen of the U.S. Marines responded to criticism about the delay in the U.S. effort to evacuate Americans who wanted to leave Lebanon.

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