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Sunday, June 17, 2007

Rockets Hit Northern Israel

Israeli officials say Palestinian militants fired rockets from Lebanon in an effort to provoke a military response. Meanwhile, tensions are mounting in Hamas-controlled Gaza. Richard Roth reports.

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The Mother Of All Heists

In Full: More than half a billion dollars was stolen from Iraq?s Ministry of Defense by the people coalition forces entrusted to equip the Iraqi army. Steve Kroft reports.

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Lee Hamilton On Iraq Situation

Former Congressman and co-chair of the Iraq Study Group, Lee Hamilton, talks with Bob Schieffer about the current situation in Iraq and the rest of the Middle East.

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Levin- Iraq Change Now

Democratic Senator Carl Levin, the Chairman of the Armed Services Committee, talks with Bob Schieffer about the political situation in Iraq and his party's desire to begin a troop withdrawal.

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McConnell- Wait To See In Iraq

Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., talks with Bob Schieffer about the troop surge in Iraq, his feelings about the Iraqi government, and the immigration reform bill.

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A Special Father's Day Meal

Chef Don Pintabona cooks a special Father's Day meal for four with the help of his three kids in a budget of $40. they made grilled octopus salad, chicken spiendini, mac and cheese and a parfait.

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Palestinians Picking Up Pieces

Hamas faces a new challenge in Gaza as some there are still loyal to rival Palestinian faction Fatah. Mahmoud Abbas has sworn in a new Prime Minister. Richard Roth reports.

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NASA Computers Back On Track

Russian engineers don't know why the computers shut down and say the fix is temporary. NASA says there is no risk of the shuttle being lost. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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