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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Bush on Net Neutrality



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Deadly Pakistan Mosque Siege

CBS News RAW: Failed negotiations have led Pakistani troops to storm a sprawling mosque compound in Islamabad, sparking violent clashes with Islamic militants holed-up inside.

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Ghazi Killed In Mosque Attack

Pro-Taliban cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi has been killed inside an Islamabad mosque. CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk weighs in on the possible consequences of the violence.

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Notebook- Heart Disease

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in America, but many people are unaware of this fact. Katie Couric talks about the importance of health education.

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Eye To Eye- NAACP's Future

Only On The Web: Randall Pinkston talks to NAACP board chairman Julian Bond and former president Bruce Gordon about the organization's future amidst declining membership and financial troubles.

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MoneyWatch

Stacey Tisdale reports that investors are awaiting inflation news from Ben Bernanke; shares of Boeing soared thanks to Dreamliner; and there is no minimum purchase when using Visa or MasterCard.

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Growing Up Gore

Author Kristin Gore, the middle daughter of former Vice President Al Gore, speaks with Harry Smith about her new book, "Sammy's House," which goes behind the scenes of the White House.

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West Charred By Wildfires

Across the West the wildfire season is off to a roaring start. Smoke from these fires has been so thick that some roads and highways have had to close. John Blackstone reports.

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Sen. Biden On Iraq War

Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., tells Hannah Storm that the solution to Iraq peace is the formation of a unity government in Baghdad.

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Cutler Courts Stardom

Only in Hollywood would defense attorney Bruce Cutler take a break from defending Phil Spector in the murder trial of Lana Clarkson to star in his own celebrity court show. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Snow Discusses Iraq Report

White House spokesman Tony Snow defends the administration's policy in Iraq, telling Harry Smith that a recent Pentagon report provides only a snapshot of the early days of the troop surge.

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Barry Bonds In The Spotlight

Only On The Web: Barry Bonds is on track to break Hank Aaron's home run record, but that's not the only news the Giants slugger is making these days. John Blackstone reports.

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Ex-Top Doc Muzzled?

Dr. Richard Carmona told Congress members of the Bush administration refused to let him speak out about controversial health issues when they didn't agree. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Bush's Preemptive Strike

President Bush is asking for more time with the Iraq troop surge as the calls for withdrawal increase. Polls show most Americans want an exit by spring. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Discrimination For Polish Gays

Gays and lesbians in Poland are subjected to official anti-gay rhetoric from the press and politicians in their homeland. Many are immigrating to Britain where they can live more openly.

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Woe Is McCain- Low On Dough

Sen. John McCain is hemorrhaging cash and staffers, while facing criticism for aligning himself with Bush on Iraq. The presidential hopeful claims his campaign is fine. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Senators On War Legislation

CBS News RAW: Sens. Jack Reed, D-R.I., and Carl Levin, D-Mich., propose war legislation they hope will stimulate action by the Iraqi government.

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McCain- Iraq Pullout A Mistake

CBS News RAW: Presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., tells the Senate that a pullback of troops from Iraq would spell disaster for the fledgling democracy and the war on terrorism.

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Teens Now Use Summers To Learn

More than half of all U.S. teenagers are now passing up their summer jobs and instead preparing for college and focusing on their future finances. Stacey Tisdale has the story.

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CBS News NowCast, 07.10.07

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: A chief cleric in Pakistan is killed; a wrecking ball breaks loose in Pennsylvania; and the annual running of the bulls in Spain.

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War Debate Heats Up In D.C.

As Congress prepares to vote on a defense budget, a report on the troop surge in Iraq will be released this week. The White House urges caution in reading the report. Susan Roberts reports.

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CBS News NowCast, 07.10.07

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: Temperatures skyrocket in the Northeast; a GOP senator and a Dem mayor involved in separate sex scandals; and at least 50 Islamic militants are dead in Pakistan.

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A Boot in Yer Protest Song



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CBS News NowCast, 07.09.07

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: The NAACP buries the "N-word" literally, a soccer riot in Lithuania, and the fifth "Harry Potter" movie debuts.

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D.C. Showdown Expected On Iraq

The pressure is on for President Bush as Congress picks up the debate on war funding, and a spate of weekend bombings left over 220 dead in Iraq. Susan Roberts reports.

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