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Friday, August 18, 2006

Feinstein- 'Don't Smirk'

CBS News RAW: Sen. Dianne Feinstein was caught on tape giving advice to California Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides, who's running against incumbent Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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A Veggie Car That Saves Money

Atlanta high school senior Bill Bridgers converted his truck to run on vegetable oil and is traveling the country to raise awareness for alternative fuels. He talks with Harry Smith about his project.

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Evening News Online

Friday: Murder suspect John Karr emailed about JonBenet frequently, thousands of Iraqis are being trained in police academies, and beluga whales threaten a bridge to nowhere.

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Room Makeover On A Budget

Paige Hemmis from "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" shows you how to makeover your child's room using fun colors, textures and projects they will enjoy.

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FBI- Karr's Arrest Was Rushed

Only On The Web: Kelly Cobiella reports an FBI source revealed to CBS News that Karr's arrest was rushed, and his emails were sexually explicit concerning his young, female students.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that tobacco stocks could drop after a major legal defeat for the industry, oil prices dropped and held stocks up in Wall Street, and another mortgage rate drop.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Hewlett-Packard's quarterly profit report wowed Wall Street; a tame inflation report and falling oil prices pushed stocks up; and Stephon Marbury's new $15 sneakers.

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Legal Analysis On Big News Day

Professor Jim Cohen from Fordham University Law School analyzes the decision to put a stop to President Bush's wiretapping program and why John Mark Karr's confession has holes in it.

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HealthWatch

Michelle Miller reports a 16-year-old cancer patient won his legal battle to not undergo chemotherapy, the number of caesarean sections continues to rise, and a breakthrough in treating bird flu.

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