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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

A Change In Leadership

As Gen. Peter Pace leaves his position as Joint Chiefs Chairman, Adm. Mike Mullen steps up to take his place. CBS News Military Analyst and Ret. Army Maj. Mike Lyons offers his thoughts.

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First Look- Immigration Bill

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and Bill Owens discuss today's top stories, including President Bush's push on immigration, Michael Nifong on trial and the gypsy moth invasion.

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Notebook- Mastectomy Bill

Due to insurance regulations, some women who undergo a mastectomy must leave the hospital the same day they have the operation. Katie Couric says Congress needs to enact a law to protect these women.

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'Tear Down This Wall'

This Week In History: In one of his most famous Cold War speeches, U.S. President Ronald Reagan challenged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on June 12, 1987, to tear down the Berlin Wall.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on Apple's new operating system; Ford's stock surges amid restructuring rumors; and booksellers finding it hard to profit from the latest "Harry Potter" book.

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Appeal Keeps Teen In Jail

Genarlow Wilson seemed to be heading home after serving jail time for consensual teen sex. But Georgia's Attorney General has filed an appeal, keeping Wilson behind bars. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Poisoned Spy's Untold Story

The widow of former KGB agent Alexander Litvenenko and family friend Alex Goldfarb speak with Harry Smith about Litvenenko's insistence that he was killed by the Russian government.

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Snow On Immigration Reform

Harry Smith speaks with White House Press Secretary Tony Snow about the president's attempts to revive a defeated immigration reform bill and calls to shut down the detention camp in Guantanamo Bay.

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Bush Hopes For Immigration Win

President Bush is having lunch on Capitol Hill, hoping to revive his plan for immigration reform. Joie Chen reports immigration reform is seen as a last chance for a domestic agenda victory.

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Reid- 'We've Done Our Job'

CBS News RAW: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid spoke about the immigration bill and called on Republicans to take the next step. He said 80 percent of Democrats currently support it.

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Gaza Nears Civil War

With reports of gruesome street executions and savage brutality, fighting between Palestinian rivals Hamas and Fatah is seemingly at the brink of civil war. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Gaza Violence Flares

Fierce fighting between the two leading political factions in the Palestinian territories is stoking fears of a slide into all-out civil war. Charlie D'Agata reports on the increasing violence.

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Albania- Bush's Watch Vanishes

CBS News RAW: On President Bush?s recent visit to Albania, his watch went missing while he was greeting a crowd of people. There are different versions to what actually happened to it.

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Bush On Immigration Bill

CBS News RAW: President Bush urged the Senate to keep working on the immigration reform bill, calling it "the best way to enforce our border."

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Victims Of Communism Honored

CBS News RAW: During the dedication ceremony for a memorial honoring the victims of communism, President Bush compared the evils of communism to the newer evils of terrorism.

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Immigration Bill Divides GOP

President Bush is trying to revive an immigration bill that would legalize 12 million illegal immigrants, despite the sharp divisions it has caused within the GOP. Susan Roberts reports.

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Axelrod On Immigration Reform

Jim Axelrod tells Katie Couric that the White House is optimistic about President Bush's push for immigration reform, but even some Republican senators aren't sold on the bill.

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Boomers Delay Retirement Plans

The Brookings Institution has released a new study which suggests baby boomers plan to stay in the workforce significantly longer than their parents' generation did. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Battle For Gaza

Fighting has escalated in Gaza as two rival factions, Fatah and Hamas, battle for control of the territory. Mark Phillips reports that the violence is wreaking havoc and terrorizing civilians.

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Selling Immigration Reform

President Bush met with Republican senators in the hopes of reviving his stalled immigration reform bill, but as Sharyl Attkisson reports, it has been an uphill battle for the president.

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Google Service Raises Concerns

Google's newest mapping service, "Street View," gives Internet users a good look at neighborhoods in five major U.S. cities, but critics charge it is an invasion of privacy. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Bush Gets Terror Setback

A federal court ruled against a key part of President Bush's anti-terror plan, saying that a legal U.S. resident suspected of terrorism could not be detained without charge. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Militants Multiply In Pakistan

Pakistan's neighbors are increasingly concerned that Taliban and Al Qaeda insurgents are finding sanctuary and new recruits in Pakistan's tribal areas. Lara Logan reports.

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