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Monday, July 23, 2007

Astronaut Takes Out The Trash

NASA can't return old equipment to earth, so it's throwing it into orbit. Karen Brown reports on the space shuttle's disosal of the biggest piece of space junk ever.

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CBS News NowCast

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: Britain fights flooding; allegations of Iran providing help to militias in Iraq; and "Chorus Line" goes drag.

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Iran Peace Talks Set To Begin

U.S. and Iranian ambassadors will soon begin talks concerning the surge of violence in Iraq, despite claims from the Bush administration that Iran is funding Iraqi militants. Pauline Chiou reports.

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An Internet-Age Debate

The CNN/YouTube debate shows that the Internet can be a forum for citizen involvement, but Katie Couric reports that when it comes to campaigns, candidates can't always control the message.

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Retiree's Financial Surprises

Mandy Walker of Consumer Reports sits down with Harry Smith to discuss the most common financial issues retirees face, including expenses, Medicare and inflation.

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Sports Scandals Debated

Radio host Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo and sports columnist Dan Shaughnessy tell Harry Smith about controversies plaguing professional sports, including steroids and gambling.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on the stock market's recovery; labor talks at Ford and Chrysler; and InterContinental Hotels sells off most of its classic, roadside Holiday Inns.

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The Internet And The Election

Only On The Web: Andrew Rasiej, founder and publisher of TechPresident.com, discusses how the Internet is having a significant effect on the upcoming presidential election.

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Eye To Eye- War On Crime

Only On The Web: Byron Pitts talks with a community activist who's waging war on violent crime in the streets of Philadelphia.

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Notebook- Thrill Ride Safety

There have been growing calls for the federal government to oversee amusement parks after a 13-year-old girl was injured at a Six Flags in Kentucky. Katie Couric talks about safety at amusement parks.

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Chuck & Larry' Cast Tells All

Could two straight men really pull off a fake gay marriage? Adam Sandler and other stars of "I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry" chatted with Karina Mahtani-Mitchell at the New York premiere.

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Astronaut Takes Out The Trash

CBS News RAW: Astronaut Clay Anderson released a refrigerator-sized ammonia tank into space from the robotic arm of the International Space Station.

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Stability In Iraq

Representatives from the United States and Iran are holding face-to-face talks, focusing on security in Iraq. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk weighs in.

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Harriet Miers Talks Contempt



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Pure Taste

Andy Rooney doesn't want vanilla in his Coke, honey in his Cheerios, or sour cream and onions on his chips. Just keep the flavors pure and separate.

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Technology And Politics

The 2008 Presidential candidates are using technology like blogs, MySpace pages and now, YouTube debate questions in their campaigns. Dr. Ian Bogost, an expert on the Internet and politics, weighs in.

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