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Friday, June 8, 2007

Yeltsin Celebrates Victory

This Week In History: Anthony Mason reported on June 13, 1991, that ex-communist Boris Yeltsin defeated five opponents in Russia's first ever presidential election.

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NASA Launch Pad Tour

Only On The Web: Science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg takes a closer look at the launch of the space shuttle Atlantis.

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Weekend Roundup- Immigration

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the fight over an immigration bill, the G-8 Summit in Germany, and "Scooter" Libby's sentencing.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on stock market woes; a spike in mortgage rates; Sprint offers personal shopping through cell phones; and Harvard awards Bill Gates an honorary degree.

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Black Power, White Backlash

From the Archives: CBS News took a look at the Civil Rights movement on a program that originally aired on September 27, 1966.

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Eye To Eye- Immigration Reform

Only On The Web: Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., supported President Bush's immigration reform plan. He talks with Sharyl Attkisson about why he changed sides to keep the plan from going to a vote.

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Notebook- Stem Cell Research

Scientists continue to make advances in embryonic stem cell research, but the debate over its morality is affecting funding. Katie Couric says common ground must be found in order to save lives.

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No Fly List Preview

The list used to screen passengers includes names of people not likely to cause terror, including dead people and names so common they are shared by thousands of innocent fliers. Steve Kroft reports.

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Atlantis Ready For Takeoff

The space shuttle Atlantis is ready for takeoff at the Kennedy Space Center. The shuttle's mission was scrubbed in March after hail damaged Atlantis' external tanks. Drew Levinson reports.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on how Vitamin D lowers risk of cancer in older women; Congress passes a bill in support stem cell research; and rising cases of West Nile virus.

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Shuttle Atlantis Lifts Off

CBS News RAW: The space shuttle Atlantis takes off from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The shuttle will head to the international space station.

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New Chair For Joint Chiefs

Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced that he will replace Joint Chiefs chairman Gen. Peter Pace with Adm. Mike Mullen, now Chief of Naval Operations. Gwen Belton reports.

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Rep. Jefferson- I'm Innocent

CBS News RAW: Rep. William Jefferson pleaded not guilty to 16 criminal charges that include racketeering, soliciting bribes, wire fraud, money laundering and obstruction of justice.

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Insurgents- An Unlikely Ally

The Ameriyah Freedom Fighters are helping the U.S. Army fight a common enemy, al Qaeda, in the hardcore Sunni neighborhood of Ameriyah. Lara Logan reports.

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Both Parties Opposed Pace

Joint Chiefs Chairman Peter Pace lost support among both Democrats and Republicans. High ranking politicians from both parties have supported Pace's resignation. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Gen. Peter Pace To Step Down

Amidst growing political dissatisfaction with the war in Iraq, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced that Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Peter Pace will leave his position. David Martin reports.

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RFK Jr- Bush's War on Veterans



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General Motors' Deadly Cutbacks



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End Of Immigration Bill?

After losing a second crucial Senate vote, the immigration reform bill may be dead in the water. Bob Orr reports that the bill was on shaky ground from the start.

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