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Friday, June 15, 2007

Nifong- Politics Kept Out

CBS News RAW Durham, N.C., District Attorney Mike Nifong testified at an ethics hearing where investigators are looking into his conduct during the now-discredited Duke University rape scandal.

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Palestine Government Dissolved

In a final attempt to retain power, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas dissolved his government as the Islamic militant group Hamas seized full control of Gaza. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Immigration Bill Gains Support

The once-stalled immigration reform bill will return to the Senate floor after some tweaking and more pushing by its chief supporter, President Bush. Susan Roberts reports.

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High Voltage Helping Teens?

High Voltage is the nickname of Kathi Dolgin, a former fitness coach to the stars. She now helps teenage girls overcome obesity with the Energy Up! program. Tracy Smith reports.

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New Diet Drug For Dogs

Obesity in pets can cause or worsen heart disease, arthritis, even diabetes. But as Dr. Debbye Turner discusses with Maggie Rodriguez, a new diet drug for dogs may help your pet win the war on weight.

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Using 'No Name' Fuel

With gas prices continuing their upward climb, Julie Chen finds out from Karl Brauer, editor of Edmunds.com, if using "no name" fuel will damage her high-performance vehicle.

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Expert On Gaza Violence

Julie Chen speaks with Middle East expert Michael Oren about how the violence in Gaza will affect the region, and speculates whether U.S. involvement will become necessary.

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Hamas Controls Gaza

Islamic militant group Hamas has seized control of the Gaza strip from its rival, secular group Fatah, after days of intense violence that has destabilized the entire region. Richard Roth reports.

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Weekend Roundup- Gun Control

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including a major gun control bill approved by the House, the immigration reform bill debate and the Shiite shrine blast in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that JP Morgan Chase will set up shop at the new World Trade Center site; Ford employees agree to buyouts or early retirements; and Hertz and Avis will offer hybrids.

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First Look- Space Station

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell previews tonight's top stories, including problems with a computer system on the international space station and Duke D.A. Mike Nifong's ethics hearing.

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Eye To Eye- Space Station

Only On The Web: CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood talks about the computer problems on the international space station and the repairs made to the shuttle Atlantis by U.S. astronauts.

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Notebook- Human Trafficking

A new State Department report criticized India's human trafficking record. Girls as young as 13 are being sold as sex slaves. Katie Couric says it's time for the two countries to have a serious talk.

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Fixing Space Station Glitch

U.S. and Russian scientists are trying to fix a computer glitch on the international space station by rebooting critical computers that control the station's oxygen supply. Teri Okita reports.

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Atlantis Heading Home?

CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood weighs in on the power failures at the international space station and what it could mean for the shuttle Atlantis' return to Earth.

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A Divided Palestine

A violent streak in Palestine has nullified the government and left the Gaza strip and the West Bank divided. Daniel Levy, Sr. Fellow at the New American Foundation, weighs in.

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Rigged Clinical Drug Trials



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CEO Salaries in the Billions



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How Cuba Deals With AIDS

Cuba has a controversial program to contain the spread of AIDS: Anyone known to be infected is put under strict quarantine. Steve Kroft reports.

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