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Friday, July 28, 2006

Weekend Roundup

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the growing Mideast crisis, the war in Iraq,Andrea Yates' verdict and Floyd Landis' doping allegations.

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'The Early Show' Online

Friday's Stories: David Champion from Consumer Reports shares energy efficient cars, find out about grocery shopping online and Actor Greg Kinnear discusses "Little Miss Sunshine."

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Gas-Saving Microcars

With the price of gas so high these days, buying a big car is out of the question for many people. David Champion from Consumer Reports shows Hannah Storm some small, energy-efficient cars.

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Oil Profit Tax Debate

As oil companies earn huge profits, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, wants a tax on excess oil profits. But Cato Institute's Jerry Taylor is against it. They debate the issue with Hannah Storm.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the housing boom is fading, mortgage rates have slipped slightly, and profits are up for Exxon Mobil and the NYSE group.

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Casualties In Lebanon

Only On The Web: Chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan discusses the human casualties of the war in Lebanon.

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Is Peace Possible?

Only On The Web: Martin Indyk, director of the Saban Center for Middle East Policy and former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, discusses the possibility of a cease-fire in Lebanon.

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Faith On The Diamond

Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz talks with Jim Acosta about Faith Day, which features a post-game show of Christian spirit that made its first big-league appearance on Thursday.

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Evening News Online

Friday: The U.N. asked for a cease-fire in Lebanon, President Bush and British PM Blair spoke seriously about the Mideast, and Steve Hartman and his dad take on roller-coasters.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports Medicare drug plan users say they are satisfied with their choice but few report saving money, a vegan diet can help reverse diabetes symptoms, and obesity's burden on women.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports a bird flu vaccine could be a reality by next year, a new study finds cigarettes may reduce the effects of alcohol, and 60,000 people die a year from too much sun.

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Price Visits Clinton Library

As Dave Price makes his way to Little Rock, Ark., for the next "Great American Vacation" giveaway, he stopped to check out the William J. Clinton Presidential Library.

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Gas Boom Town

The Energy Department announced that it expects gasoline prices to remain as high as they are now. As Kelly Cobiella reports, that's just fine with the folks in one American town.

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