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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Jim Hightower- Bush's Backfire



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Jim Hightower- Sports Brandalism



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Fredo



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Republicans Debate Guantanamo



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What I Learned At The Creation Museum



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Maintaining the Military



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The Leak



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Republicans Debate Terror



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Hamas Takes Control Of Gaza

After three days of brutal fighting, Hamas appears in control of most of the Gaza Strip. However, there are concerns that the factional fighting could spread into the West Bank. Richard Roth reports.

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Pentagon Releases Iraq Report

A new Pentagon report says high-profile attacks are on the rise since the troop surge started in Iraq, though sectarian and marketplace bombings have decreased. David Martin reports.

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Iraqi Golden Dome Bombed Again

One of Baghdad's most famous Shiite holy sites was bombed for the second time, fueling fears of renewed sectarian violence. Lara Logan reports.

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Agreement On Gun Control

The House of Representatives passed new gun control legislation, thanks to an unusual alliance between Democrats and the National Rifle Association. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Baby Monitor Monitors NASA

CBS News RAW: A mother in suburban Chicago sees astronauts from the Shuttle Atlantis and the Johnson Space Center on her baby monitor, rather than her son.

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U.S. Condemns Mosque Attack

CBS News RAW: The U.S. military has publicly condemned the suspected al Qaeda bombing of Samarra's Golden Dome mosque in Iraq, a sacred shrine for Shiite Muslims.

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Mosque Bombing Spurs Violence

Following a suspected al Qaeda bombing of the Golden Dome mosque, Iraq is bracing for a surge in sectarian violence in retaliation for the destruction of the Shiite shrine. Susan Roberts reports.

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Violence Surges In Gaza Strip

Gunfire in the Gaza Strip is spreading as tensions increase between the Palestinian militant group Hamas and rival faction Fatah. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.

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President's Watch Lifted?

While shaking hands with a crowd in Albania, President Bush's watch mysteriously disappeared. However, the White House said the president put the timepiece in his pocket. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Divided On Immigration Bill

Congress and the American public are lagging in support for President Bush's immigration bill, creating sharp divides within the Republican Party. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Is Bush A Lame Duck?

CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield speaks with Russ Mitchell about President Bush's recent failed attempt to push his immigration reform bill on Capitol Hill.

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Shiite Shrine Bombed In Iraq

The Golden Dome mosque in Samara, a sacred shrine for Shiite Muslims, has been bombed again, sparking fears that a new wave of sectarian violence will follow. Lara Logan reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the growing number of home foreclosures; a jump in the treasury yield; investors wait for consumer spending reports; and Google increases privacy protection.

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FBI Director On Nuclear Threat

CBS News Exclusive: FBI Director Robert Mueller talks with Bob Orr about the growing threat of a nuclear attack against the U.S. and what authorities must do to prevent it.

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China's Greenhouse Gases

While the U.S. currently tops the world list for greenhouse emissions, China is not far behind. CBS News' Barry Petersen explains.

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Notebook- Camp Lejeune

Katie Couric was incensed by the news that tainted drinking water at Camp Lejeune, N.C., sickened Marines and their families for years. She says those who serve their country deserve better.

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First Look- Ovarian Cancer

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is on her way to a Sloan-Kettering clinic to talk to doctors and patients about catching ovarian cancer early, and Bill Owens previews tonight's news.

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Aftermath Of Iraq Shrine Blast

CBS News RAW: Bombers have struck a famous Shiite shrine in Iraq, destroying two minarets and raising fears of more sectarian killing. The Askariya shrine's Golden Dome was destroyed in 2006.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on possible approval of a new diet pill; new research affirming the link between war and high suicide rates; and the racial divide in post-heart attack care.

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Attacks On The Shrine

With the bombing of a major shrine, many people are wondering if the violence is increasing in Iraq. Sheikh Majid Ismail Al-Hafeed, Imam at The Big Mosque-Sulaimaniya, gives his perspective.

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Immigration Bill Halted

President Bush's immigration bill has been stopped in its tracks, but he's rallying to revive it. William Frey, Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution weighs in on the decision.

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Fred Thompson to Hire a Cager



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US - The New KGB?



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