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Monday, August 14, 2006

Employers Cushion Gas Blow

As gas prices continue to soar, some companies have been helping employees fuel their automobiles. Gwen Belton has more from Houston.

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Bush Speaks On U.N. Resolution

CBS News RAW: President Bush discusses the U.N. Security Council's resolution on Lebanon, which calls for a robust international force to intervene and restore a democratic government.

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Jill Carroll On Kidnapping

CBS News RAW: In her first public account of her 82-day ordeal as a hostage, Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll said she thought she was going to be killed.

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Refugees Make Their Way Home

Displaced Lebanese and Israeli civilians made their way home after a cease-fire ended rocket attacks for the first time in more than a month. Manuel Gallegus reports from the United Nations.

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U.K. Lowers Threat Level

British officials lowered the terror threat level a notch, loosening travel restrictions for thousands of stranded passengers. Also, new developments in the plot emerged. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Britain Still On Terror Alert

The British government is warning that terrorists are still likely to strike. Charlie D'Agata reports airline passengers hope things will slowly return to something resembling normal.

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Bush Meets With Defense Team

CBS News RAW: Before his briefing with Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, President Bush spoke about the country's fight in the war on terrorism.

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Movies You Can't Miss

Jess Cagle, editor at large at People magazine, talks with Harry Smith about the summer movies that are worth seeing, from "Little Miss Sunshine" to "An Inconvenient Truth."

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Jill Carroll Recounts 82 Days

American journalist Jill Carroll is talking publicly for the first time about being held hostage for 82 days. Julie Chen reports on the Christian Science Monitor interview.

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Renewed Fears Over London Plot

Newsweek magazine's Evan Thomas speaks to Tracy Smith about how the London terror plot has reignited fears in Americans over air travel safety and the threat of another terrorist attack in the U.S.

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Britain Lowers Terror Threat

British authorities have downgraded the terrorism threat level from critical to severe, which is where it was before the "liquid bomb" plot bust. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Clinton, Gates Discuss AIDS

CBS News RAW: Before being briefly interrupted by protesters, former President Bill Clinton and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gate explained why they are getting involved in the fight against AIDS.

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Iran's Leader On Lebanon

Part 2: "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace asks Iranian President Ahmadinejad about the conflict between Israel and Lebanon. Ahmadinejad also discusses his letter to President Bush.

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Interview With Iran's Leader

Part 1: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad explained to "60 Minutes' " Mike Wallace what he believes is the divine act of suicide deaths. And he defends Iran's pursuit of nuclear energy.

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Evening News Online

Monday: The cease-fire seems to be taking hold in Lebanon, passengers are accepting the increased security measures at airports, and brown bears in Alaska will soon become easy targets for hunters.

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Terror Plot Money Trail

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar reports on how British and Pakistani authorities are investigating the money trail in the foiled trans-Atlantic terror plot.

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British Muslims And Pakistan

Only On The Web: British Pakistani businessman Lord Nasir Ahmed discusses the relationship between British Muslims and Pakistan in the wake of the foiled terror plot.

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Terrorism On Americans' Minds

Only On The Web: Many Americans agree with the new airport terrorism restrictions, reports Bill Plante.

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Hersh On Israel's Secret Plan

Only On The Web: The New Yorker's Seymour Hersh speaks to Joie Chen about an article he wrote which claims that the U.S. was deeply involved with the Israeli plan to strike against Hezbollah.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on how inflation has impacted retail sales and how it may affect interest rates, a rosy outlook for Wal-Mart and Home Depot offers insight on the declining housing market.

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Sec. Chertoff On Terror

Scott Pelley talks to DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff about the alleged London terror plot and the security of American transportation.

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