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Friday, July 6, 2007

The Attack on Mothers



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Orlando's Animation Revival

After Disney moved their animation operations out West, many people in Central Florida lost their jobs. Now, local animators are working towards a big industry comeback. Jeff Glor has more.

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Gore Urges Earth Awareness

Former Vice President and environmental activist Al Gore speaks with Harry Smith about his thoughts on the climate crisis and the upcoming Live Earth concerts aimed at awareness.

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Orlando's Mayor On Tourism

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer tells Hannah Storm what it takes to run the city and make it a safe tourist destination for the 50 million people who visited last year.

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CBS Reports- Marijuana

From The Archives: CBS News reports on drug use in 1968.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that economists predict 130,000 new jobs were created last month; Google's stock continues to surge; and the bidding war over Bausch & Lomb heats up.

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Music Journalist On Live Earth

Only On The Web: Musical journalist Alan Light talks about the upcoming Live Earth concerts and what the organizers hope to accomplish.

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Weekend Roundup- Scooter Libby

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including President Bush's decision to commute "Scooter" Libby's prison term, Britain's bomb scare and extreme weather in the U.S.

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Pouring Pork From A Teapot

Every year, members of Congress spar for tax dollars to spend on projects you don't know about ? like the Teapot Museum in Sparta, N.C. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Bombers Eyed U.S. Entry

The FBI says the U.K. bombers contacted a U.S. placement agency, though it's unclear whether they planned to travel to the U.S. Britain continues to investigate the suspects. Richard Roth reports.

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Made For Mobile News

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio. A man opens fire at a Las Vegas casino, up to 60 people were buried in a cliffside accident in Mexico, and Live Earth kicks off Saturday.

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War Debate Heats Up

As the calls for change in Iraq policy grow louder on Capitol Hill, top military commanders on the ground say a premature pullout would be a disaster for the U.S. Stacy Case reports.

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Made For Mobile News

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio. Sixty people buried alive in Mexico, another Republican stalwart urges a new course for Iraq, and wedding bells for Eva Longoria and Nelly Furtado.

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Can Iraq Stand On Its Own?

As car bombings in Baghdad continue, U.S. forces are optimistic, even if politicians aren't. But can Iraqi police take charge? Stacy Case reports.

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Ghost of LBJ



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Spend Your Green on BLUE



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The Ground Truth 2



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