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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Eye To Eye- Iraqi Orphans

Only On The Web: More than 20 mistreated boys were rescued from a Baghdad orphanage by U.S. and Iraqi troops. Lara Logan talked with one soldier about the boys' current condition.

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Escape From Gaza

Only On The Web: Britain's Sky News reporter Dominic Waghorn was the first western TV reporter to cross back into Hamas-controlled Gaza. He filed this report for CBS News.

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Bloomberg?s 'Independent' Move

New York City Mayor Bloomberg cut ties with the GOP, fueling speculation he might run for president in 2008 as an independent. Bloomberg isn't tipping his hand. Alison Harmelin reports.

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Bush Vetoes New Stem Cell Bill

CBS News RAW: President Bush announced his veto of a second stem cell bill but issued an executive order to expand funding for research on pluripotent cells created through alternative methods.

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Bloomberg On Leaving GOP

CBS News RAW: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appeared at a press conference today and spoke about his reasons for leaving the Republican Party.

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Bush Vetoes Stem Cell Bill

After vetoing a stem cell research bill, President Bush issued an executive order directing the government to take its research in a new direction. Susan Roberts reports.

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Mike Gravel- Rock

CBS News RAW: This Mike Gravel advertisement for his run for president of the United States was seen by many on YouTube. It is a metaphor, says the former Alaska senator.

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Hospital Stats On The Internet

Hospitals and other health care groups are starting to post information on the Web to let consumers rate different medical facilities and procedures. Wyatt Andrews has more.

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Study- Heat Melted Twin Towers

A Purdue University simulation confirms that the intense heat of burning jet fuel was responsible for the collapse of the World Trade Center after it was hit by a plane on 9/11. Bob Orr reports.

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Nixon Legacy's Preserved

Historians and researchers will finally have access to a treasure trove of documents and other mementos that shed light on President Nixon's White House. Richard Schlesinger has more.

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What's Bloomberg Up To?

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says his decision to quit the Republican Party isn't a prelude to a presidential bid, but he's not completely ruling out a run, either. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Logan On New Iraq Operation

Lara Logan tells Katie Couric that it's too soon to say whether the U.S. offensive against al Qaeda in Baqouba is a success.

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U.S. Presses Al Qaeda In Iraq

U.S. troops are on a dangerous mission in Baqouba, Iraq; they're moving through the area on foot in an attempt to clear out al Qaeda fighters. David Martin reports.

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Big Easy to Big Empty



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Made in China - Made to Fail?



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Cultural Treasures At Risk?

A new international study suggests that global warming is a threat to monuments around the world. Mark Phillips reports.

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