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Saturday, June 30, 2007

Impact Of Tahoe Fire Assessed

This week's wildfire will affect Lake Tahoe's pristine beauty. Some blame environmentalists who were against thinning forest brush. The tourism industry is also concerned. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Security Up In U.S. Airports

Higher airport security is noticeable, but the terror alert remains at orange after an airport bombing in the U.K. Authorities say there?s currently no "credible threat" in the U.S. Joie Chen reports.

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Fabled NAACP Fading Out?

A lack of leadership and low membership are causing problems for the civil rights organization, while efforts to attract young people of color seem ineffective. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Civil Rights Bill Signed

This Week In History: On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, which outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

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'Glasgow Is Linked To London'

CBS News RAW: Chief Constable Willie Rae said that an attack on Glasgow, Scotland's airport is being treated as terrorism and is connected to the discovery of two car bombs in London.

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Bomb Scare Ties Up London

A car bomb was defused near Picadilly Circus in London, but not until it cleared the major tourist area and challenged Britain's new government in its first week. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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'08 Democrats On AIDS

CBS News Raw: Democrats discussed AIDS and the black community during a debate at Howard University In Washington, the first to feature a panel with journalists of color.

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Gitmo Cases To Be Reviewed

The Supreme Court agreed to hear appeals from some of the terror suspects being held at Guantanamo Bay, setting up a showdown between the justices and the Bush administration. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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