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Monday, July 16, 2007

Iraq Blasts Kill Scores

CBS News RAW: Two vehicle-borne bombs have killed at least 80 people in Kirkuk, northern Iraq, tearing through a political party's office and an outdoor food market. (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT)

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Iraq Withdrawal Won't Be Easy

Between enemy fire, the lack of serviceable roads and the sheer number of troops and equipment currently in Iraq, withdrawing U.S. forces may prove complicated. David Martin reports.

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Hardships Abound In Iraq

U.S. troops in Iraq are focused on the hunt for intelligence on al Qaeda. But life for the average Iraqi has yet to improve in many basic ways. Allen Pizzey reports.

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The War Of Words Over Iraq

As public frustration with the war in Iraq grows, so does the rhetoric on Capitol Hill. Anthony Mason reports on the battle at home over what to do in Iraq.

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N. Korea Shuts Down Reactor

John Feffer, Co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus and Co-editor of "The Future of US-Korean Relations: The Imbalance of Power" weighs in on North Korea shutting down its only nuclear reactor.

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Bush Gives To Abbas

Daniel Levy, Sr. Fellow at the New America Foundation and Former Israeli Peace Negotiator discusses President Bush's decision to give money to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

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'The Early Show' Online

Monday's stories: Two governors unite in the fight against global warming; consumer groups to campaign for food production location labels; and David Evangelista shares his summer hair-saving tips.

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Faith And Campaign 2008

As the race for the White House heats up, a number of the candidates are making faith part of their campaigns. Jeff Glor reports that this time religion is not an issue reserved for Republicans.

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Search For Missing Siblings

A California father is pressuring the U.S. government to intervene after his ex-wife allegedly kidnapped his three sons, taking them to the Philippines. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Pair Of Republicans Go Green

Harry Smith has an exclusive interview with California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who have teamed up to fight for limits on greenhouse gas emissions.

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N. Korea Shuts Nuclear Reactor

Inspectors confirmed that North Korea has closed its only nuclear reactor, but experts say this is only a first step in the right direction. Bill Plante reports from the White House.

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U.N. Lauds No. Korean Shutdown

CBS News RAW: U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon praised the shutdown of a nuclear reactor in North Korea. Ban said this is the first step in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

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London Cameras Find Terrorists

As America prepares to spend over a billion dollars on street surveillance devices, British authorities have found such equipment useful in capturing terrorists. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.

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Chaos In Iraq After Attacks

Two suicide car bombings brought more chaos to the streets of Iraq, where the controversial U.S. troop surge has done little to subdue insurgent violence. Karen Brown reports.

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Car Bombings Kill 71 In Kirkuk

CBS News RAW: A Kurdish political office and a market frequented by Kurds were the targets of two suicide car bombings that went off 20 minutes apart. At least 71 are dead.

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Secret Nuke Plant Suspected

Only On The Web: Although North Korea has agreed to shut down its plutonium processing part, U.S. suspicions of a secret uranium enrichment facility remain. Bill Plante reports.

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Gravel Responds To Critics

Presidential contender Sen. Mike Gravel was asked by CBSNews.com to respond to public criticism from Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Joseph Biden, D-Del.

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CBS News NowCast

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: An Iranian videogame against the U.S.; President Bush pledges Palestinian aid; and dogs at the dinner table.

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CBS News NowCast

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: A triple suicide bombing in Iraq; a nuclear plant on fire in Japan; and a campaign ad you won't want to miss.

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Bush Firm On Hamas

CBS News RAW: President Bush pledged U.S. support for Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, following the violent seizure of Gaza by the militant terrorist group Hamas.

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Mayor In Altercation On Tape

A confrontation in a local restaurant came to blows between James Sottile, the mayor of Kingston, N.Y., and MaryAnn Sennett, wife of D.A. candidate Jonathan Sennett.

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Private Medicare Not Helping

More 8 million Americans are now getting Medicare through private insurance companies. But are these private providers really beneficial to senior citizens? Armen Keteyian investigates.

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Iraq Violence Blamed On Saudis

As violence in Iraq continues to increase, U.S. and Iraqi military officials say terrorists are entering the country from Saudi Arabia, a supposed ally. Allen Pizzey has the story.

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McCain Running Low On Cash

Financial woes have increased for Sen. John McCain's campaign. The Republican senator's funds pale in comparison to his Democrat counterparts and some GOP rivals. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Bill O'Reilly Spins Iraq Coverage



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President Stands Firm On Iraq

White House officials say the president will not yield to political pressure over the Iraq war, despite increasing calls from influential Republican Senators to seek a new strategy. Joie Chen reports.

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