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Sunday, June 10, 2007

Joseph Lieberman

Bob Schieffer talks to Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) about whether we should conduct air strikes against Iran for training insurgents who enter Iraq.

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Snow On Iraq, Immigration

White House Press Secretary Tony Snow tells Bob Schieffer that U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Iraq when conditions on the ground allow and that the immigration bill is not dead yet.

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Treasury Notes, The Economy

What do treasury notes have to do with the economy and interest rates? Ray Hennessey, Editor of SmartMoney.com, weighs in.

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Damage Seen On Atlantis

NASA engineers got a good look at the side of the space shuttle Atlantis, where a corner of thermal blanket pulled away during take-off. Gwen Belton reports.

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Shuttle Docks At Space Station

CBS News RAW: The shuttle Atlantis successfully docked at the international space station, but NASA engineers are concerned about a damaged section of thermal blanket on the shuttle.

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The Benefits Of Going Small

Gas mileage in the average car has gotten worse as vehicles have gotten larger and heavier, but Congress is considering a law that would force auto-makers to reverse that trend. Anthony Mason reports.

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Bush Makes Stop In Albania

President Bush has many fans in Albania because of his support for making Kosovo independent from Serbia. The mostly-Muslim nation even contributed troops to the war in Iraq. Jim Axelrod reports.

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82nd Airborne Heads To Iraq

As the remaining members of the 82nd airborne join their fellow soldiers in Iraq, there is concern that that the troop surge has over-extended the U.S. armed forces. Joie Chen reports.

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Taming Baghdad's 'Hotspots'

U.S. troops in Baghdad are hoping that by isolating certain troubled Baghdad neighborhoods and making significant improvements, they can show residents the benefits of cooperation. Lara Logan reports.

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Iraqi Academics Find Refuge

Insurgent attacks on Iraqi universities have forced many academics to flee the country. Some have found a safe learning environment in Syria. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Damascus.

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Bush's String Of Setbacks

The furor surrounding immigration reform has raised questions of whether President Bush has lost his political clout. Joie Chen reports on the president's struggle to push his domestic agenda.

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More On Bush's Vatican Visit

During his meeting with President Bush, Pope Benedict XVI discussed the ongoing violence in Iraq. Father Thomas Williams talks with Thalia Assuras about the pope's concerns.

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