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Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Life After Fidel Castro

Only On The Web: With Fidel Castro's brother stepping in for the ill Cuban leader, what does the White House think about the situation? Byron Pitts reports from Miami.

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When To Remodel Your Home

In the face of stagnating home values and rising interest rates, financial expert Ray Martin explains to Julie Chen when American homeowners should fix up their home.

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Israel, Hezbollah Trade Blows

Thousands of Israeli troops poured into the fight in southern Lebanon, and Hezbollah fired hundreds of rockets deeper into Israel. Lee Cowan has more.

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What Is Castro's Condition?

Though the Cuban government insists that Fidel Castro is recuperating and in stable conditions, many Cubans and exiles in the United States aren't so sure. Byron Pitts reports.

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Press Room Gets A Facelift

The White House press briefing room may look the part from the outside, but the busted seats and stained carpet show why it is getting a much-needed renovation. Jim Axelrod reports.

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President Bush On Gibson

CBS News RAW: President Bush responds to questions about Mel Gibson at a White House briefing during which he bid farewell to the old press room.

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Bush Jokes With Press Corps

CBS News RAW: The White House press corps bid a temporary farewell to its run-down quarters in the West Wing, with former press secretaries on hand. President Bush also made a surprise visit.

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Clinton's Global Warming Fight

Hoping to combat the effects of global warming, the mayors of some major cities signed an agreement with Bill Clinton's foundation to battle greenhouse gases. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Mideast War's Economic Toll

Death and suffering are two of the costs of war on both sides of the Lebanese border. But as Richard Roth reports, Israel and Lebanon are paying a heavy price in another way.

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Pro-Fidel Castro Rally In Cuba

Only On The Web: Portia Siegelbaum reports that the Cuban government has been mobilizing its supporters since President Fidel Castro temporarily stepped aside because of health problems.

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Key Bank In Baghdad Bombed

About 70 people are dead in Baghdad after another surge in sectarian violence. Among the targets are a military convoy and a key bank in the Iraqi capital. Tracie Strahan reports.

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Fake IDs And Border Security

The results of a government investigation suggest that far too many fake IDs are being used for passage across U.S. borders. Chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports.

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What's Causing The Heat Wave?

With temperatures reaching triple digits around the country, July has been recorded as the hottest summer ever. So, what's behind the heat wave? Is it global warming? Dave Price finds out.

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