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Friday, September 8, 2006

Trading Up Online

Bartering has been around for as long as people have walked the earth, but the internet is making it easier. Jason DeRusha reports on how one man gained from 35 boxes of expired macaroni.

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Al Qaeda's Bin Laden Video

Al Qaeda's latest video shows Osama Bin Laden allegedly meeting with 9/11 hijackers just before the attacks. As Jim Axelrod reports, many see its release as a taunting gesture.

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Ground Zero Sickness

Thousands of people who worked to clear the wreckage of the World Trade Center after 9/11 have had lung problems. Could their illness have been prevented? Tracy Smith has an exclusive report.

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NASA Scrubs Atlantis Launch

The six astronauts were strapped in and ready to go, and the Space Shuttle Atlantis was all fueled up, but NASA officials decided to nix the mission. Drew Levinson reports on the latest delay.

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Decision To Launch Disputed

There's a chance thunderstorms could delay today's launch of the space shuttle Atlantis. NASA gave the go ahead Sept. 7 despite an electrical problem, reports Drew Levinson.

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HealthWatch

Michelle Miller reports the White House is pledging money for sick ground zero workers, scientists have sequenced the genetic blueprints of breast cancer, and the safety of fillings with mercury.

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BP Not Forthcoming On Drilling

The man who used to be in charge of keeping corrosion at bay in Alaska's BP pipelines, refused to answer questions before Congress. Sharyl Attkisson reports on the investigation into BP's actions.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports former WorldCom CEO Bernie Ebbers will head to prison Sept. 26 to begin serving a 25-year sentence, cell phones that record TV, and Bill Clinton's new hybrid Ford SUV.

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Air Defense Lessons From 9/11

Only On The Web: Adm. Timothy Keating, head of NORAD and NORTHCOM, talks about the changes made to the U.S. air defense system since 9/11.

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Weekend Roundup, 9.08.06

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's confirmation that the CIA has been holding alleged terrorists.

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Atlantis Launch Scrubbed

NASA scrubbed plans for a Friday morning shuttle launch due to a defective fuel gauge. As Drew Levinson reports, the space agency will try again on Saturday.

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Eye To Eye- Armitage Opens Up

Only On The Web: Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage tells CBS News' David Martin why he didn't come forward after leaking the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame.

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First Look- Political Fallout

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Rome Hartman chat about the stories on tonight's "CBS Evening News," from the political fallout of President Bush's last speech to cervical cancer.

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Armitage Regrets Leak

Only On The Web: See the extended interview with Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and CBS News' David Martin.

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