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Monday, June 18, 2007

Howard Loves Vitamin Water

'Let's Drink To Environmental Action!'

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Notebook- Speedy Games

Express versions of classic board games like Candyland and Monopoly let players get to the end in 20 minutes or less. Katie Couric wonders whether the games will let kids learn patience.

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Eye To Eye- Baghdad Orphanage

Only On The Web: U.S. and Iraqi forces rescued more than 20 emaciated children who were living in appalling conditions at a Baghdad orphanage. Lara Logan talked to some of the soldiers.

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First Look- Iraqi Orphanage

Only On The Web: Russ Mitchell previews tonight's top stories, including a CBS News exclusive from Lara Logan about an orphanage full of neglected children discovered in Iraq.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Dow's upswing; housing reports rally investors; GM's plans for a hydrogen fuel cell car; and a Father's Day survey puts family before work.

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B-1 Bombers Detonate IEDs

CBS News RAW: Coalition forces are using B-1 bombers to try to detonate IEDs and land mines that have been placed along Iraq's roads by insurgents. NO AUDIO.

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Forbes Ranks Oprah Numero Uno

As well as looking at a celebrity's earnings over the past year, Forbes examines internet presence, press clippings, magazine cover stories and mentions on TV and radio.

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Co-Stars React To Isaiah Exit

The decision to let Washington go was made by ABC executives. Gay rights groups that had demanded Washington apologize say they did not seek his firing and gained nothing by it.

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U.S. Lifts Palestinian Embargo

Bush administration officials are promising aid to a Hamas-free Palestine state. Gwen Belton reports.

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Abbas- Resume Peace Talks

As two rival governments move to establish power in Gaza, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas asked President Bush to resume Mideast peace talks. Gwen Belton reports.

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Gaza Refugee Crisis

Only On The Web: Refugees escaping the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip are caught in a no-man's land at the Israeli border while authorities decide what to do with them. Richard Roth reports.

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Pedophile Ring Busted

CBS News RAW: Police in Britain have released video showing suspects and various aspects of an international operation to bust up a huge Internet pedophilia ring.

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Australian Blackhawk Crash

CBS News RAW: Two soldiers were killed as an Australian Blackhawk copter crashed into a ship's deck off the Fiji coast in November 2006. The footage was released at a military hearing. NO AUDIO

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Rice- Palestine Not Divisible

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reaffirmed the U.S. position to support President Mahmoud Abbas and his vision for a united Palestinian state.

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Web Site Shows Man's Life 24/7

Tired of being mistaken for a terror suspect, Hasan Elahi has taken to wearing an ankle device that tracks every movement he makes and posts it on a Web site. Sharon Alfonsi reports.

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Stuck In No-Man's Land

With Gaza's borders tightly closed, residents with no way out face an uncertain future under the newly established Hamas rule. Richard Roth reports.

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Orphans Left To Starve In Iraq

U.S. troops found an orphanage full of starving, neglected children in Baghdad, where it appears the orphanage director may have selling the facility's supplies to local markets. Lara Logan reports.

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Matter of Faith by Larry Morris Part 3



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Deadly Bomb Attack In Kabul

A bomb attack on a bus full of police instructors in Kabul left 35 people dead. Afghanistan's president blamed Iran for the recent surge in violence. Mark Phillips has more details.

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What To Do About The West Bank

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert began a three-day visit to the Unites States. He is expected to meet with American officials to discuss the situation in Gaza and the West Bank. Dan Raviv reports.

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