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Monday, June 25, 2007

Pregnant Woman Murdered

A missing pregnant woman's body was found. A police officer and his former classmate were arrested, the FBI said. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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9/11 Worker To EPA- Apologize

Only On The Web: John Sferazo, a ground zero volunteer who now suffers from respiratory ailments, says the EPA should apologize for failing to warn workers of dangerous air conditions.

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One Rescuer's Story

Lt. Jason Smith helped rescue over 20 special needs children from appalling conditions in a Baghdad orphanage. Tracy Smith reports experiences back home prepared him for the mission.

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Hotel Attacked In Baghdad

At least five Sunni tribal leaders who had joined forces with the U.S. are dead after a suicide attack on a hotel in Baghdad. Lara Logan reports Iraqis are viewing the bombing as al Qaeda's revenge.

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Ex EPA Chief Defends 9/11 Role

In a heated hearing on Capitol Hill, former EPA Chief Christine Todd Whitman stood by her comments in the days just after 9/11 that the air at ground zero was safe to breathe. Byron Pitts reports.

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Battling Diabetes

Dr. Emily Senay speaks with Harry Smith about a new government report that shows diabetes is rising among U.S. adults. Dr. Senay associates the diabetes epidemic with prevalence of obesity.

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Iraq- University Of Terrorism

Concluding a year-long study, the Center for Strategic and International studies is reporting that the conflict in Iraq is equipping jihadists with urban combat skills. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Blast Rocks Baghdad Hotel

A devastating blast, said to be the work of a suicide bomber, ripped through the lobby of a major hotel in central Baghdad, killing at least nine people. Lara Logan reports.

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How Sting Got His Name

Only On The Web: Rock singer Sting reflects on his musical career and education and he also tells Harry Smith how he got his name.

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First Look- An Act Of Service

Only On The Web: Tracy Smith discusses her visit with the family of one of the American soldiers who rescued a group of mistreated special-needs orphans in Iraq.

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Blast Guts Baghdad Hotel Lobby

CBS News RAW: A suicide bomber walked into the lobby of a central Baghdad hotel and blew himself up, killing at least nine people and wounding more than a dozen.

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2008 Election Ads

The Supreme Court ruling easing barriers for television ads could dramatically change the 2008 Presidential Campaign. Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Pol. Ed. for CBSNews.com, weighs in.

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The Abu Ghraib Whistleblower

In Full: Joe Darby, the man who first exposed the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, tells CNN's Anderson Cooper he faced hostility and lived in fear after blowing the whistle on his fellow soldiers.

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Rise of the Independents, pt.2

Bob Schieffer and the Face The Nation political roundtable discuss Mike Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama.

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Rise of the Independents, pt.1

Former Democratic Mayor of New York Ed Koch, activist and actor Sam Waterston, political consultant Ed Rollins, and Poltico.com?s John Harris discuss the future of independent candidates.

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