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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Stem Cell Breakthrough?

Scientists announced a technique that produces the equivalent of embryonic stem cells without having to destroy human embryos. Dr. Jon LaPook has details.

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Negative Trend Seen In Iraq

A confirmation hearing for President Bush's new War czar revealed a new, more negative assessment of the war in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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U.S. Troops Enter Sadr City

The U.S. Army has started to move into Sadr City, the area controlled by anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Lara Logan reports that a confrontation with Sadr's Mehdi Army may result.

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Plenty Of Action At G-8 Summit

Tensions between Presidents Bush and Putin appeared to ease at the G-8 Summit, and Bush indicated he would consider cutting greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. in half. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Missile Defense Compromise?

Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a compromise to President Bush's missile defense plan, asking its location be moved from Eastern Europe to Central Asia. Susan Roberts reports.

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Cyclone Gonu's Destruction

CBS News RAW: Cyclone Gonu ripped through Oman with powerful winds and severe rain, killing at least 12 people.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that Congress began hearings on diabetes drug Avandia; scientists may have made a breakthrough in stem cells research; and researchers found a dramatic drop in heart disease deaths.

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Paris Hilton Flies The Coop

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Superior Court said the decision to allow Hilton to serve her sentence at home was made by the sheriff, not the courts.

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First Look- Bush-Putin Meeting

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews his story on tonight's "Evening News," which will take a look the meeting between President Bush and Russian President Putin.

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Notebook- Afghan Journalist

The second woman journalist in the past week was killed in Afghanistan. Richard Schlesinger talks about the dangers facing both women and freedom of the press in that country.

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Eye To Eye- Troop Surge

Only On The Web: The last of the U.S. troop reinforcements will soon arrive in Iraq. Lara Logan talked with Col. Stephen Townsend to get his view on the state of the surge.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Dow's second straight loss; a report on consumer credit; falling home prices; Ford's top auto honors; and going green at the Vatican.

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Expert On G-8 Summit Progress

Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass discusses new developments in Russia-U.S. relations and the issue of climate change at this year's G-8 Summit.

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G-8 Summit Showdown

President Putin remains unconvinced that U.S. plans to build missile defense systems in eastern Europe are not a threat to Russia, causing a dispute reminiscent of the Cold War. Bill Plante reports.

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Global Warming On G-8 Menu

Global warming, HIV infection rates, poverty and Iran's nuclear program are some of the topics of discussion at this week's G-8 Summit in Germany. Susan Roberts reports.

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Supporting U.S. War Dogs

Canine units are vital to military operations in Iraq. Dr. Debbye Turner speaks with Julie Chen about two organizations dedicated to providing the supplies necessary for war dogs and their handlers.

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