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Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Open Borders?

CBS News RAW: Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, voiced his concerns about porous borders with Canada and Mexico and the threat of terrorists sneaking into the country.

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It'll Get Worse Before Better

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pam Falk examines recent events in Israel and Lebanon and what could be the key to ending the violence.

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Health Minute

Meg Oliver reports that the morning after pill may soon be available without a prescription, bird flu may not be as infectious as previously believed, and some raw oysters have made 70 people sick.

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Money-Saving Energy Tips

With utility bills skyrocketing this summer, Kris Connell from Real Simple magazine shows Julie Chen how consumers can stay cool while also saving some money.

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Is Peace Possible In Mideast?

The common question concerning the growing Mideast crisis is if there will ever be peace in the region. Michael O'Hanlon, a foreign policy analyst, discusses the situation with Julie Chen.

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Israel Steps Up Ground Force

There is no talk of a cease-fire as Israel expands its military operation. They've brought in 15,000 reservists and have moved tanks across Lebanon's border. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Bush Heads To Miami

President Bush is in Miami today, where is he is expected to discuss the conflict in the Middle East after conferring with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Rice Wants 'Urgent Ceasefire'

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she believes a sustainable peace could be reached in the Mideast within a week. However, Sharyn Alfonsi reports there are no signs of any end to the conflict.

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Internet Game Show Debuts

A new Internet reality game show called "Gold Rush" will debut exclusively on AOL.com, where contestants compete for $1 million. Host Mark Steines speaks to Julie Chen about the new game.

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