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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Fuel-Efficient Cars For All

A Senate bill requires higher fuel efficiency standards for every car, truck, and SUV. But auto industry analysts say the bill could backfire. Kelly Wallace reports.

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EPA Proposes Ozone Reductions

Faced with growing pollution concerns, the Environmental Protection Agency announced a proposal to reduce the ozone emissions standard from 80 parts per billion to 70-75. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Storms Delay Shuttle Landing

Thunderstorms around Cape Canaveral, Fla., have caused NASA to postpone the landing of Shuttle Atlantis. Drew Levinson reports.

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Troops Seek Qaeda Fighters

More than a dozen U.S. soldiers have died in the last three days in Iraq. The Pentagon says the spike in violence is an expected consequence of an operation against al Qaeda. Susan Roberts reports.

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Jerusalem's Gay Pride Rift

CBS News RAW: Thousands of police were deployed to protect marchers in Jerusalem's gay pride parade. The annual event has created a sharp divide between the city's secular and religious groups.

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On The Hunt In Baqouba

Only On The Web: CBS News' Phil Ittner breaks down the daily grind for U.S. troops on the hunt for al Qaeda in Baqouba, capital of Iraq's deadly Diyala province.

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Rare Visit To North Korea

CBS News RAW: Top U.S. envoy to the North Korea nuclear talks has arrived for a rare visit to the capital of the communist country. Christopher Hill is to push for quick disarmament.

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New Operation Begins In Iraq

CBS News RAW: The 4th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, continued their ground surge in Iraq with Operation Arrowhead Ripper, launched June 19. NO AUDIO

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Neighbors Want Paris Evicted

Hilton's Hollywood Hills neighbors have filed a multitude of complaints over traffic jams, crowds and helicopters around the jailed star?s home. Some are even calling for her eviction.

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Jolie On 'A Mighty Heart'

Angelina Jolie talks with Alison Harmelin about playing Mariane Pearl, wife of slain Wall Street Journal writer Daniel Pearl. Jolie says it was a challenge and she often had their son Adam in mind.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that hormone replacement therapy may prevent hardening of the arteries; women ages 45 to 54 are at a higher risk for stroke; and Medicare will post hospital report cards on the Web.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a late-day sell off on Wall Street; a million-dollar settlement for a former Wal-Mart employee; more iPhone hype; and CBS makes streams of its soaps available online.

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Cashing Out With A Short Sale

Rising interest rates are making some mortgage payments unaffordable, leading to a record number of foreclosures. Ray Martin chats with Hannah Storm about the advantages of the short sale.

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Eye To Eye- Nixon's Archives

Only On The Web: After more than 30 years in storage, material from the Nixon White House is being sent to his presidential library. Richard Schlesinger got a firsthand look at the collection.

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Notebook- All-N.Y. Election?

There could be an all-New York presidential election, with Rudy Giuliani, Hillary Clinton, and possibly Michael Bloomberg. Katie Couric takes a look at past elections involving New Yorkers.

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Helping The Forgotten

Following a CBS News report about dozens of children being mistreated at an Iraqi orphanage, the Iraqi ministry denied the children were abused and said America is Iraq's enemy. Lara Logan reports.

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Analyst On Bloomberg's Split

Hannah Storm speaks to Republican strategist Ed Rollins about Michael Bloomberg's departure form the GOP and offers his opinion on whether the country is ready for an Independent win.

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Fallout Over Stem Cell Veto

Despite strong public approval of stem cell research, President Bush again vetoed a bill that would designate federal dollars to human embryonic stem cell research. Bill Plante reports.

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The Asbestos Nightmare



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'Capitol Bob' On '08 Campaign

Harry Smith speaks with chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about Michael Bloomberg's split from the Republican Party, and Hillary Clinton's foray into humor-based campaign advertising.

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Notebook- Baghdad Orphanage

Lara Logan's report on the horrendous conditions inside a Baghdad orphanage shocked many viewers back home. Katie Couric says it's clear the casualties of war are often the most innocent ones.

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