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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Two Seats

Two Seats are all that Republican Senators need to stop the Democrats' liberal agenda in its tracks. Just Two Seats to bring conservative principles back to the halls of Congress.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on studies showing antidepressants safe for pregnant women; a breakthrough with embryonic stem cells in mice; and fast food menus to include nutritional information.

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Obama Girl On Wallstrip

Obama Girl Gives Dance Tips

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First Look- Bad News For Bush

Only On The Web: Ward Sloane previews tonight's "Evening News," including the Senate's vote against the president's immigration reform bill and subpoenas issued for phone-tapping documents.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a prospective rise in interest rates; NewsCorp waits for an answer from Dow Jones; a spike in crude oil prices; and Apple shares increase amid the iPhone hype.

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'The Early Show' Online

Thursday's stories: Elizabeth Edwards discusses her war of words with Ann Coulter; Claire Danes and Mamie Gummer make an "Evening" of it; Bobby Flay fires up the grill for bruschetta-style eggplant.

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An End To Anonymous Sources?

Harry Smith chats with Norman Pearlstein, journalist and author of "Off The Record," a new book explaining the importance of the anonymity of government sources in the wake of the Scooter Libby case.

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Getting Physical With Bush

Following the first girls' softball game on the south lawn, Hannah Storm spoke with President Bush about his passion for exercise, the obesity epidemic and the state of title IX sports.

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Informants Help Troops In Iraq

Some Iraqis are tired of Al Qaeda's violent control and are coming forward at great personal risk to cooperate with U.S. troops. Lara Logan reports.

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FDA Restricts Chinese Seafood

After six years of FDA tests showed significant contamination in some farm-raised fish from China, importers will have to prove the seafood is safe before it can enter the U.S. Bob Orr reports.

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Senate Kills Immigration Bill

Despite President Bush's personal lobbying, the Senate voted down the immigration reform package. Polls suggest few Americans supported the bill. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Bush Speaks At Naval College

CBS News RAW: President Bush discussed the war on terror at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I. He became emotional while telling the story of a soldier who died in Iraq.

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Integration Plans Rejected

The Supreme Court ruled against the integration plans of two public school districts, saying they violated constitutional guarantees of equal protection. Steve Kathan reports.

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Court Rules On Race In Schools

In a narrow ruling likely to affect school diversity programs around the country, the Supreme Court said race should not be a factor in assigning students to schools. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush Nominates Joint Chiefs

CBS News RAW: President Bush introduces his nominees for joint chief and vice joint chief of staff before sending them to the Senate. The Senate must approve the nominations.

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A 'Dead-Duck' President?

Republican lawmakers played a key role in the defeat of President Bush's immigration reform bill, suggesting his influence on Capitol Hill is waning. Jim Axelrod reports.

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The Scent of Fred Thompson



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The Cheney Appendage



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'Attitude' Of Vice President

CBS News RAW: Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., comments on subpoenas of the White House and Vice President Dick Cheney.

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