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Friday, July 20, 2007

The Murdoch Media Empire



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Weekend Roundup- Cloture Vote

Only On The Web: Dan Raviv recaps the week's top stories, including the failed cloture vote, a priest abuse settlement, and a probe into FEMA's toxic trailers.

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A Questionable Earmark

Only On The Web: The Americans for Prosperity's Tim Phillips talks with Sharyl Attkisson about one of Rep. Jerry Lewis' earmarks, which could boost the value of the congressman's home.

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UAW Bargains For Benefits

American car companies pay almost twice as much for their workers health care than Japanese companies. That's why Chrysler hopes to hand the job over to the auto workers union. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Sea Birds In Arctic

Only On The Web: CBS News' Daniel Sieberg talks with bird and wildlife observer John Wells of the group Environment Canada.

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'Big Brother 8' Exclusive

Only On The Web: Julie Chen sat down for an exclusive interview with Joe Barber, the latest housemate to be kicked off "Big Brother 8." He had a lot to say about his eviction.

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Hootie's 'State Your Peace'

Hootie and the Blowfish perform their new single, "State Your Peace," for "The Early Show's" summer concert series in Charleston, S.C.

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Bush- More Time Needed In Iraq

CBS News RAW: Shortly after meeting with military officials, President Bush asked Congress to allow the U.S. military to complete its new strategy in Iraq.

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Palestinian Prisoners Freed

CBS News RAW: Emotional family members waited for hours in the West Bank to greet 250 Palestinians released from an Israeli prison camp. Some 9,000 Palestinians are still in Israeli jails.

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NowCast- Evening Edition

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: Potter-mania arrives; the President limits torture techniques; and Lindsay Lohan turns herself in.

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NowCast- Late Edition

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: South Korean volunteers kidnapped by the Taliban; President Bush will hand power to V.P. Cheney; and a shoplifting seagull.

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Troop Pullout Not In Sight

President Bush continues to push for more time for his troop strategies in Iraq to work. Officials feel it will be months before a pullout can be considered. Susan Roberts reports.

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NowCast- Early Edition

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: Palestinian prisoners freed; a senator speaks out against dog fighting; and the latest on the Beckham craze.

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Earmark Project Questioned

Wonder where your tax dollars go? Some go to costly earmark projects, like one to spend $500,000 on unspecific upgrades to an already ritzy Washington neighborhood. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Food Chain Economics

The government says food prices are rising at a rate of more than six percent this year ? that's almost three times as fast as last year. Anthony Mason reports.

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CIA Interrogations Rules

President Bush signed an executive order governing interrogation of terrorism suspects, prohibiting cruel and inhumane treatment, humiliation or denigration of religious beliefs. Bob Orr reports.

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Bush's Iraq Timeline

President Bush staved off his critics on Iraq with the September progress report. Now he hints that he will give the troop surge the time it needs to be successful. Bill Plante reports.

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Bush's New Executive Order



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Astronaut's Dream Comes True

More than 20 years after the first space shuttle tragedy, Barbara Morgan will finally get her chance to go into space. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Female Factor Boosts Clinton

A CBS News/New York Times poll shows women see Hillary Clinton as a strong leader, putting her ahead of her Democratic challengers and Republican rivals. Kelly Wallace has more.

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