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Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Is 'Hot Gas' Costing Drivers?

Consumers may be paying more for gas when the weather heats up because of a phenomenon called "hot fuel." Susan Koeppen explains.

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Al Qaeda Tied To U.K. Plot

British authorities say there is a growing body of evidence linking al Qaeda in Iraq to three recent car bombing attempts in Britain. Sheila Macvicar reports.

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British Journalist Set Free

Militants released British Journalist Alan Johnston after holding him for four months in the Gaza Strip. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Dior's Haute Couture

The Paris haute couture shows kicked off with Christian Dior holding a catwalk show and party. Other couture houses showing this week include Giorgio Armani, Elie Saab, and Jean Paul Gaultier.

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Rockers Salute Soldiers

Rock group Drowning Pool pays tribute to U.S. soldiers serving abroad with a website and a new song.

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Candidates Flock To Iowa

Seven presidential candidates from both parties flocked to Iowa on the Fourth of July to drum up support for the upcoming caucus. Jim Axelrod explains why the state is so important to the hopefuls.

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Missed Signals In U.K Plot?

It has emerged that some of the suspects in the U.K. terror plot were on a British intelligence watch list before the failed attacks occurred. Sheila MacVicar reports from London.

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Bush Addresses National Guard

CBS News RAW: President Bush asked Americans to honor those troops fallen in battle in Iraq and Afghanistan on this Fourth of July holiday in a speech at the West Virginia Air National Guard.

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U.K. Threat Level Lowered

British authorities lowered the security threat level from critical to severe after arresting eight suspects in connection with the failed terror attacks. Teri Okita reports from London.

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U.K To Crackdown On Immigrants

Amid news that several suspects detained in the U.K. terror plot were known to British intelligence, Gordon Brown announced plans to tighten the rules on skilled immigration. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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BBC's Alan Johnston Set Free

CBS News RAW: British correspondent Alan Johnston talks to reporters at an Israeli border crossing after being freed from 114 days in captivity in Gaza.

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U.K. Medical Connection Probed

Officials are investigating the medical connection in the U.K. terror plots after another doctor was arrested for his role in the planned attacks in London and Glasgow. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Bush Explains Libby Decision

CBS News RAW: President Bush said he respects the jury verdict against former White House aide "Scooter" Libby but decided to commute his prison sentence because it seemed excessive.

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