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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Transatlantic Jetliner Scare

Fighter jets were scrambled after a passenger created a disturbance on a United Airlines flight from London to Washington. As Bob Orr reports, the plane was escorted safely to Boston.

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Freedom For Terror Suspects?

A London judge is deciding whether the suspects in custody for last week's trans-Atlantic terror plot should be set free. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Lebanon Sends Troops To Border

Lebanon has deployed its troops to the border as part of the U.N. cease-fire plan. However, Israel says the peace deal depends on the U.N. peacekeeping force. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Chilling 9/11 Tapes Released

New Sept. 11 emergency tapes offer glimpses of the chaos in New York on that day. The calls include conversations of first responders killed when the twin towers fell. Drew Levinson reports.

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Ping Pong Revival

Ping pong has become popular again, even with celebrities. Harry Smith faces off with 89-year-old Byng Forsberg and discusses the senior champ's challenge to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Jackson's 'Snakes On A Plane'

Samuel L. Jackson talks with Harry Smith about "Snakes on a Plane," in which he plays an FBI agent trying to handle a plane full of deadly snakes.

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Ex-NBA Player Arrested

CBS News RAW: Former NBA player Lonny Baxter was taken into custody by Secret Service after someone told agents that shots were fired from the white SUV that Baxter was in.

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Judge- Reveal Bonds Leak

In the Barry Bonds steroids case, a federal judge has ruled that two San Francisco reporters must reveal who leaked Bonds' grand jury testimony. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Jackie Chan's Bird Flu PSA

Comedic kung fu star Jackie Chan joined UNICEF, FAO, WHO and the Japanese government to present a public service announcement about the dangers of coming in contact with sick or dead birds.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: A suspect in the murder of a child beauty queen is held in Thailand, as Lebanon rebuilds, Hezbollah is capitalizing on its success and investors are pumping money into the hunt for water.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports investors will watch consumer prices to gauge inflation, current crude oil supply and the July report on new home construction, while Ford will close some dealerships.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the impact of the Mideast crisis on crude oil prices, consumer spending in the past quarter, the housing market index and bigger bonuses for Wall Street execs.

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Behind The London Terror Plot

Only On The Web: Sheila MacVicar speaks to security expert Michael Clarke about the London terror threat, which has put Britain on high alert.

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Bush Turns Attention To Iraq

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports the Bush administration is focusing on Iraq following the Mideast cease-fire.

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