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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

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FDA In The Grinder Over Food

Congress is having a food fight with the FDA over consumer protection as spoiled food continues to hit supermarket shelves. Nancy Cordes reports.

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The Private Medicare Maze

Aggressive salespeople peddling private Medicare plans are confusing thousands of seniors. Armen Keteyian has the story.

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Wanted- More Priests

The Catholic Church continues to struggle to recruit priests. The shortage dates back to the 1960s and has led to debates about celibacy and the role of women in the Church. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Al Qaeda Still Enemy No. 1

Six years after 9/11, al Qaeda is still determined to strike the U.S. A National Intelligence Estimate report says it will try harder to put operatives inside the country. Bob Orr reports.

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Chertoff- It's A Long War

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff talks with Katie Couric about the latest intelligence report from the waar on terror.

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NowCast- Evening Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: At least 12 people died in a Pakistan bomb attack; a toxic cloud of phosphorous gas in Ukraine; and the dish on Lindsay Lohan and Rebecca Romijn.

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Report- Al Qaeda Evolving

A new intelligence report says that al Qaeda is finding safe haven in Pakistan and amping up its efforts to attack the U.S. in the next three years. Susan Roberts reports.

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U.N. 'Committed' To Iraq

CBS News RAW: President Bush met with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, who said Iraq is "the problem of the whole world." Ban urged caution in reference to an American troop pullout.

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U.N. 'Committed' To Iraq

President Bush met with U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, who said Iraq is "the problem of the whole world." Ki-Moon urges caution in reference to an American troop pullout.

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Suicide Blast Rocks Islamabad

CBS News RAW: A suicide bomber killed at least 13 people in Pakistan's capital city, according to Pakistani police. The blast occurred near a crowded demonstration at the Islamabad courts.

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Dow Breaks Another Record

For the 13th time this year, the Dow closed at a record high, nearing the 14,000 mark. Susan McGinnis reports on what's driving Wall Street's hot streak.

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Pakistan Called Terror Haven

A new intelligence report says a strengthened al Qaeda is increasing efforts to attack inside the United States and has shifted its base of operations into Pakistan. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Expert On Al Qaeda, Russia

Harry Smith speaks with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, about al Qaeda's recent expansion in Pakistan and the changing relationship between the United States and Russia.

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Attack On U.S. Possible?

Some officials are concerned about another terror attack on the U.S. CBS News Military Analyst Maj. Mike Lyons (Ret.) weighs in.

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America's Youngest Voters

While the 2008 Presidential Election is still over a year away, some are already suffering from "voter fatigue". Kat Barr of Young Voter Strategies discusses how America's youngest voters are faring.

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Dow Hits 14,000

CBS News RAW: The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit the 14,000 mark on the New York Stock Exchange, less than two months after reaching a record-setting 13,000. NO AUDIO

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Eye To Eye- Michael Chertoff

Only On The Web: Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff talks with Katie Couric about the new intelligence report on al Qaeda and the threat of a terrorist attack on U.S. soil.

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First Look- Priest Shortage

Only On The Web: Kelly Wallace previews her story on the Catholic Church's priest shortage in the United States, the renewed debate about celibacy and the role of women.

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CBS Evening News, 07.16.07

Monday: The Archdiocese of Los Angeles agrees to pay out $660 million to alleged sex abuse victims; a disturbing new study about U.S. workers and illegal drugs; and anger over private Medicare plans.

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First Look- Campaign 2008

Only On The Web: Katie Couric and evening news producer Mike Solmsen discuss some of tonight's stories, including campaign fundraising, drug addiction and a gutsy polar swim.

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Eye To Eye- Todd McFarlane

Only On The Web: Comic book creator Todd McFarlane gives CBS News a tour of his baseball collection, which includes the ball Barry Bonds hit to break the single-season home run record.

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