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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Terrorism High On U.S. Agenda

Although the federal government has lowered the terror alert level, President Bush reiterated that the nation still faces a significant terror threat. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: London police arrested another suspect in the terror plot, Dell ordered the recall of batteries on millions of notebooks, and check out the longest running weekly TV entertainment program.

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Racial Profiling Not Solution

Arsalan Iftikhar, from the Council on American-Islamic Relations, discusses why racial profiling to find terrorists is a slippery slope and will cause more problems than solutions.

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Islam Does Not Equal Fascism

Arsalan Iftikhar, from the Council on American-Islamic Relations, discusses why President Bush's "Islamic Fascists" statement is problematic and why it could cause some backlash.

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HealthWatch

David Browde reports on a suspected bird flu case in the U.S., former President Bill Clinton and Bill Gates' AIDS fight and the effectiveness of an anti-smoking drug called CHANTIX.

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Products That Make Life Simple

Do you often forget your cell phone? Do you try to make ice cubes and wind up with ice chips? Kris Connell of Real Simple magazine joins Dave Price with new products that make life easier.

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U.S. Vs. British Intelligence

British tactics and investigations into terrorism plots are very different from that of their American counterparts. Mark Phillips reports.

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Terror Probe Follows Money

Travel restrictions are being eased in London following the foiled terrorism plot. As Sheila MacVicar reports, the search for clues is leading to money raised for Pakistan's earthquake relief efforts.

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Who Won In Middle East?

Tracy Smith speaks with Robin Wright of The Washington Post about the Mideast cease-fire. Hezbollah calls it a strategic victory, while Israel and the U.S. beg to differ.

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Bush- Hezbollah Lost

As a truce is holding in Lebanon, the White House strikes an optimistic note and sees the cease-fire as a defeat for Hezbollah in the Middle East crisis. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush On Anti-Terrorism Efforts

CBS News RAW: Following a Homeland Security Council briefing in McLean, Va., President Bush spoke about the department's counterterrorism efforts to protect the American people.

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Variety Show Courts Hispanics

Nearly half of immigrants in the United States are Hispanic ? the target audience for a growing number of Spanish-language television programs, including the biggest show of all. Lee Cowan reports.

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Lebanese Refugees Return Home

The Mideast cease-fire seems to be holding, as the Israelis continued their withdrawal from Lebanon and thousands of Lebanese refugees made their way back to their homes. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Cops Nab 1 More In Terror Plot

London police said they've arrested another suspect in the alleged plot to set off explosives on civilian airliners heading to the United States. Sheila MacVicar has more.

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Security Running Smoothly

Though you can still expect long lines at the airport, passengers seem to be accepting the increased security measures. Bob Orr reports.

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Is Al Qaeda To Blame?

Jim Stewart reports on why investigators believe the suspects involved in the trans-Atlantic terror plot are part of al Qaeda.

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Financing Terror

Three men have been arrested in Pakistan on suspicion of laundering money to the British terrorist plotters. Sheila MacVicar investigates.

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