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Monday, July 9, 2007

CBS News NowCast

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: Fires blaze in fourteen states today, the Boeing dreamliner debuts, and Live Earth rocked out over the weekend.

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Will Bush Bend On Iraq?

Only On The Web: With a new report due on progress in Iraq, and several key Republicans calling for a change in war strategy, a showdown may be brewing on Capitol Hill. Bill Plante reports.

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Bill To Limit Troops In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Democratic Sens. Harry Reid and James Webb announce new bipartisan effort to change course in Iraq. The amendment will establish minimum time home for troops between deployments.

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He Couldn't Leave Him Behind

National Guard Maj. Scott Southworth met his adopted Iraqi son while volunteering in a Baghdad orphanage. Now he is trying to help other special needs orphans there. Lara Logan reports.

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Iraqi Death Toll Rises

Experts have estimated that the number of civilian fatalities has reached the hundreds of thousands in Iraq. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.

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GOP Support Fades For Iraq War

Opposition to the president's strategy for Iraq is growing, and it looks like the time for the troop surge to work is running out. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Western Wildfires Still Ablaze

Thousands of firefighters have been called on to battle major forest fires in 10 Western states. John Blackstone is in California with the story.

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Campaign Cash

CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield sits down with Harry Smith and weighs in on campaign money raised by both Republican and Democrat presidential hopefuls.

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Dad Fights For Child's Return

Patrick Braden's daughter was kidnapped by her own mother, who he believes is now in Japan. Braden has taken his battle for her return all the way to Capitol Hill. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Green, Clean Flying Machine

Boeing presented its newest passenger jet, the 787 Dreamliner, amidst pageantry. The carbon-fiber plane promises to be green and clean, which could be a nightmare for competitors. Jeff Glor reports.

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Republicans Seek New Iraq Plan

With opposition to the administration's policy in Iraq rising in the Republican ranks, the White House may be considering a change in strategy. Bill Plante reports.

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Differing Visions

Only On The Web: NAACP board chairman Julian Bond and Bruce Gordon, the organization's former president, talk about the circumstances that led to Gordon's departure.

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Helping The Baghdad Orphans

Only On The Web: While serving in Iraq in 2003, Sheree Gunderson and Kerry Otwaska met some of the same Iraqi orphans who would later be rescued by U.S. and Iraqi forces.

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Saving More Of Iraq's Orphans

Only On The Web: Maj. Scott Southworth talks about why he is trying to find help for the special needs children who were rescued from appalling conditions at a Baghdad orphanage.

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First Look- Iraq Debate

Only On The Web: Jim Axelrod previews tonight's "Evening News" stories, including mounting pressure on the Bush administration over a possible change of course in Iraq.

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Eye To Eye- Quilts For Iraq

Only On The Web: Kimberly Dozier recently visited a group of women in Tennessee to thank them for giving her a quilt while she recovered from the injuries she suffered in Iraq.

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Notebook- Homeland Security

According to a new congressional report, about a quarter of the top positions at the Department of Homeland Security are vacant. Katie Couric says it's time to fill the jobs as soon as possible.

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White House Issues

Vaughn Ververs, Sr. Pol. Ed. for CBSNews.com, weighs in on U.S. strategy in Iraq, Congressional subpoenas and other current issues affecting the White House.

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Meeting Goals In Iraq

CBS News Military Analyst Maj. Mike Lyons (Ret.) weighs in on U.S. goals in Iraq and how it may - or may not- lead to a troop withdrawl.

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Cheney on Iran and Impeachment



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Schumer, Hatch Debate

Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) discuss the implications of the Libby commutation, White House subpoenas and Iraq.

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Face the Nation 7-8-2007

Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) discuss implications of the Libby commutation and White House subpoenas.

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