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Monday, June 4, 2007

Piano-Playing Cat's Online Hit

A video of Nora, a piano-playing cat, has created an Internet sensation receiving millions of online hits. "The Early Show" veterinary correspondent Dr. Debbye Turner reports.

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Foiled Terror Plot Analysis

Two of four suspects in an alleged bomb plot against NYC's JFK Airport will appear in court in Trinidad, where they were arrested. Terrorism consultant Paul Kurtz discusses the case with Julie Chen.

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Greenfield On Democrat Debate

Harry Smith speaks with CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield about the Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire and who he thinks came out on top.

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War Focus Of Democratic Debate

The war in Iraq was the main topic of debate for the 2008 Democratic presidential candidates in New Hampshire. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports investors will examine consumer credit and trade-gap reports, among others; General Motors and Chrysler posted sales gains in May; and Bally Total Fitness' bankruptcy.

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Terror Threats

CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk weighs in on the recent release of Islamic militant video and the alleged terror plot to blow up JFK Airport and surrounding neighborhoods in New York.

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Insurgents- U.S. Soldiers Dead

An insurgent group claims to have video of the ambush that resulted in three U.S. soldiers' capture and says those soldiers are now dead. Pauleen Chiou reports.

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Man In Coma For 19 Years

CBS News Raw: Poland was still a Communist country when railway worker Jan Grzebski suffered an accident that left him in a coma. After 19 years, Grzebski has awoken to a very different Poland.

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Insurgents- Soliders Are Dead

An militant Islamic group claims on a video that three U.S. soldiers captured last month are dead. Pauline Chiou reports.

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Wounded Soldier Trio Compete

Only On The Web: A trio of soldiers that lost a limb in Iraq compete in a triathlon called "Escape From Alcatraz" in San Francisco. They finished in the top 40 amongst 1,800 competitors.

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Petraeus On Progress In Iraq

Only On The Web: Gen. David Petraeus talks to Lara Logan about the new combat operations in Iraq and the progress the country has made in terms of security this year.

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JFK Terror Plot Suspect Seen

CBS News RAW: Suspect Russell Defreitas and an FBI informant are seen leaving the Lindenwood Diner in Brooklyn on Friday, June 1. Soon after, the FBI arrested Defreitas.

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Crime Rising In U.S. Cities

New FBI statistics show that for the second year in a row, violent crime is on the rise in most U.S. cities. Bob Orr reports.

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La. Congressman Indicted

Rep. William Jefferson, a Louisiana Democrat, was indicted on charges he solicited bribes for himself and his family. Drew Levinson reports.

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War Heats Democratic Debate

The war in Iraq was the main topic of debate for the 2008 Democratic presidential candidates at a New Hampshire face-off, where no one emerged as the clear winner. Karen Brown reports.

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Russia Hijacks G-8 Summit

Russian President Vladimir Putin will use the G-8 Summit as an opportunity to confront the U.S. about a planned NATO anti-missile defense system. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Escape From Alcatraz

A trio of wounded Iraq war veterans competed in a San Francisco triathlon, showing they won't let the loss of a limb in Iraq destroy their lives. John Blackstone reports.

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Child Soldiers Seek Justice

Former child soldiers say the trial of Charles Taylor sends an important message that recruiting children to commit murder will not be tolerated. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Search For Soldiers Continues

An insurgent video claims three soldiers thought to have been captured by militants are now dead. Lara Logan reports.

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Rep. Jefferson Indicted

The discovery of thousands of dollars in cash in a freezer has ended in the indictment of Louisiana Democratic Rep. William Jefferson, on charges of bribery. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Notebook- New Seven Wonders

The New Seven Wonders Foundation will announce the wonders of the modern world on 7-7-07. Katie Couric says wonders like the Internet and the BlackBerry should be included on the list.

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Democrats Debate In N.H.

Democratic candidates take the fight for the nomination to New Hampshire for a debate, where they took on the president and each other. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Group Helps Mississippi Moms

The Cary Christian Center in Cary, Miss., is working to curb the Delta's rise in infant mortality rates with classes and assistance for pregnant women and mothers. Anthony Mason has the story.

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Details Emerge On JFK Suspects

The four men accused of conspiring to blow up fuel tanks and a pipeline at New York's JFK Airport were all in their 50's and had ties to Guyana and Trinidad. Armen Keteyian reports.

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