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Friday, July 13, 2007

CBS News NowCast

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: The House votes for an Iraq pullout; more than health reasons to keep the weight down; and Posh and Becks settle into new L.A. digs.

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Teen Sex- Less Common, Safer

From better sex education to frank discussion of responsibility, fewer teens are having sex and those who do are doing it more safely. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Foreclosure Scammers

The pool of desperate people in foreclosure is proving attractive to scam artists nationwide. Victims are turning over their deeds in hope and ending up on the street. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Searching For Terrorists

As al Qaeda strengthens, FBI officials are looking for any clues that might tip off a possible attack against the U.S. during the summer months. Bob Orr has the story.

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Another Troop Drawdown Push

Two Republican senators have created a new measure that calls for President Bush to devise new policies for the war in Iraq. It also asks for troop cutbacks. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Senate Debates Iraq Next Week

After passage of a House bill calling for troop withdrawals from Iraq by next spring, the Senate prepares to vote on their war bill next week. The president calls for patience. Claire Leka reports.

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'Big Brother 8' Exclusive

In an exclusive "Early Show" interview, Julie Chen chats with Carol Journey about her 10-to-1 eviction by her housemates on "Big Brother 8."

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Year-Round Schooling Debate

Hannah Storm speaks with community activist Calla Wright and school board member Ron Margiotta about the impact year-round schooling has had on students in Raleigh, N.C.

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Rice Defends War Policy

In an interview with Harry Smith, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice defends President Bush's war policy, maintaining there is much more for the U.S. to do in Iraq before withdrawal can occur.

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Iraq War Power Struggle

The interim progress report on Iraq shows eight of 18 benchmarks have been met. The president says he's optimistic, while congress disagrees. Bill Plante reports.

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Mass. AG On Mortgage Scam

Only On The Web: Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley explains how foreclosure rescue schemes work and why her state enacted emergency legislation to make this practice illegal.

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Weekend Roundup- Iraq Report

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the interim progress report on Iraq, the death of Lady Bird Johnson, and David Beckham's arrival in America.

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Notebook- Executive Privilege

President Bush claimed executive privilege when he prevented Harriet Miers from testifying before a congressional committee. Katie Couric takes a closer look at this presidential power.

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Rob Lowe's Hybrid Ride

Former West Wing star Rob Lowe joined an expert witness panel to promote the potential of plug-in hybrid cars to decrease America's dependence on foreign oil.

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Iraqi Ambassador Speaks Out

The U.S. has announced the preliminary results of their Iraq war report. Samir Sumaidaie, Iraqi Ambassador to the U.S., discusses what this means for the Iraqi people and the U.S. troops.

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Pushing The Envelope

Theater is often considered a form of self-expression. But as "Up to the Minute" Contributor Simon Bates explains, sometimes self-expression can leave the audience aghast.

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Lady Bird Passes Away

CBS News Presidential Historian Douglas Brinkley looks back at the life and legacy of Lady Bird Johnson. The former First Lady passed away on July 11, 2007.

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