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Saturday, September 16, 2006

1976- Space Shuttle Unveiled

This Week In History: NASA unveiled the space shuttle Enterprise in Palmdale, California, on Sept. 17, 1976. It is currently on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near Washington.

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1980- Iran-Iraq War

This Week In History: Iraqi forces invaded Iran on Sept. 22, 1980, sparking an eight-year war that would cost hundreds of thousands of lives. The war finally ended with a UN ceasefire.

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Remembering Ann Richards

Mourners gathered at the state Capitol in Austin, Texas, to honor Ann Richards. The former governor passed away at the age of 73 from esophageal cancer.

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Classic Cars In Cuba

Hundreds of classic American cars still roam the streets of Cuba, over forty years after the embargo started. Russ Mitchell shows how these middle-aged cars have been able to stay alive for so long.

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Muslims Protest Pope's Speech

Thousands of Muslims all over the world took to the streets to protest against Pope Benedict XVI's recent remarks about the founder of Islam. Richard Roth reports from Damascus.

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Bush Hits Out At Critics

President Bush is battling Congress and members of his own party over the interrogation and trials of suspected terrorists. Jim Axelrod has more details from the White House.

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'The Early Show' Online

Friday's stories: Sekou Bunch is booted off "Survivor," George Clooney talks about Sudan, and Bob Barker is happiest at home.

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Clooney Fights For Sudan

George Clooney warned a U.N. Security Council about what he calls the first genocide of the 21st century in Sudan. Clooney spoke with Harry Smith about deadly repercussions if the U.N. fails to act.

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Bush's Anti-Terror Bill Fails

The White House was hoping for unity, but the administration's version of the anti-terror bill was rejected by a senate committee that included members of the president's party. Bill Plante reports.

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