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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Pap with John Nichols



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Stop Liberal Censorship

Liberal Democrats are at it again. This time, they're calling it "fairness." Democrats want to revive the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" because they think talk radio doesn't represent their liberal views.

Also, visit our website at StopLiberalCensorship.com where over 12,000 Americans have signed up to send a message to Democrats to keep their hands off their airwaves.

http://www.StopLiberalCensorship.com

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More Democrat Wasteful Spending

Democrats are clinging to power by a razor thin majority of just two seats in the United States Senate. We must bring Republican principles back to the Senate. We hope you will support the National Republican Senatorial Committee in our fight to take back the Senate.

Help us stop them.

http://www.nrsc.org

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Inside China

With the recent contamination scares, many people are wondering what China is really like. Oliver August, author of "Inside the Red Mansion," offers what he experienced while traveling in China.

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The First YouTube Debate

The 2008 Democratic candidates take a stab at answering voters' online questions, and CBS News.com Sr. Pol. Ed. Vaughn Ververs weighs in.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that soda drinkers may be at higher risk for developing heart disease; President Bush gets a clean bill of health; and sunlight may help prevent multiple sclerosis among kids.

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Lindsay Lohan Arrested

Hollywood party girl Lindsay Lohan has been released on bail after a wild night. The star was charged with several offenses, all relating to alcohol and drugs. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Who Ya Gonna Call?

VRSN: Internet Gate Keeper

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First Look- Sports Scandals

Only On The Web: Jeff Greenfield previews his upcoming "Evening News" story on recent scandals in sports involving gambling, dog fighting, and performance-enhancing drugs.

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Notebook- Violent Crime

According to the FBI, violent crime is on the rise in America's big cities. Philadelphia now averages a murder every day. Katie Couric says something has to be done to stem the bloodshed.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the minimum wage hike; investors rally to keep Wall Street alive; and a proposed merger between XM and Sirius satellite radio.

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U.K. Rescue Efforts Continue

The rain has stopped in England, but authorities continue to bring Britain's flood crisis under control in the country's largest rescue effort since World War II. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Democrat's YouTube Debate

Democratic presidential hopefuls took part in a debate where the questions were asked by Americans via YouTube video clips. Jeff Greenfield discusses the innovative format with Harry Smith.

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No Iraq Pullout Until 2009

A new Pentagon plan will keep troops in Iraq through 2009. President Bush's rationale for staying shifts to targeting al Qaeda. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Urban Battlegrounds

Adults and teens agree that there are no easy answers for the growth in urban violence. As Byron Pitts reports, the blame ? and the solutions ? are complicated.

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$10 Million Pot Bust

CBS News RAW: 20,000 marijuana plants were found growing in a forest preserve outside of Chicago in one of the nation's biggest pot busts.

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U.S., Iran Find Common Enemy

The U.S. and Iran agree that they must work together to secure Iraq and contain al Qaeda. Officials say Iraqi forces won't be up to the job until at least 2009. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush Defends Iraq Strategies

CBS News RAW: At a press conference, President Bush restated his positions on the insurgency in Iraq, as he argued that al Qaeda is still a prominent threat in that country.

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Democrats' High-Tech Debate

Democratic candidates met in Charleston, S.C., for an unusual presidential debate. Average Americans got the chance to pose questions to the candidates via YouTube. Drew Levinson reports.

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NowCast- Early Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: YouTube in the presidential debates; no one likes botulism; and hot gossip from Hollywood.

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November is the New September



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Alt Report- Pollution Absolution



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UAW And Automakers Begin Talks

Detroit's Big Three automakers say they need major cuts in pensions and health care in order to survive. But as Alexis Christoforous reports, workers aren't in a concessionary mood.

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