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Monday, July 30, 2007

Bush, Brown Hold First Summit

The war in Iraq was the prime topic as new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown met for the first time with President Bush at Camp David, Md. Susan Roberts reports.

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Bush, Brown Discuss Iraq

CBS News RAW: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown affirmed the U.K.'s commitment to Iraq at a meeting with President Bush at Camp David, Md.

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Soccer Win Brightens Baghdad

Iraqis took to the streets in celebration of Iraq's Asia Cup victory, beating arch rival Saudi Arabia in the prestigious soccer tournament. Allen Pizzey reports.

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$100M For Unwanted Jet Engine

Who needs $100 million for a jet engine the Air Force doesn't want? At lease one senator and one congresswoman do, because it could bring jobs to their states. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Progress In Iraq

A decrease in civilian and military casualties in Iraq is a sign the troop surge is working, officials say. Even some prior skeptics of the surge feel cautiously optimistic. David Martin reports.

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Army Cuts Recruiting Standards

To meet its recruiting targets, the U.S. Army is lowering its standards, even taking recruits with criminal records ? despite the risks. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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First Look- Bush, Brown Talk

Only On The Web: Chief White House correspondent Jim Axelrod previews a story for the 'Evening News' about British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's first meeting with President Bush.

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Global Warming & Health

Dr. Emily Senay speaks with Julie Chen about how global climate change may be affecting your personal health, focusing on pollen counts, carbon dioxide and dangerous ozone.

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LeadAmerica Kids Shine

Jackie Johnson speaks with a participant in LeadAmerica, a group that prepares students to become better leaders of tomorrow through education and community involvement.

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Keoghan's Heroes

In the latest "Keoghan's Heroes," Phil Keoghan visits an upstate New York town where Star Trek fanatics carry on the legendary sci-fi series by creating new episodes for the Internet.

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Brown Wraps Up U.S. Visit

President Bush and Prime Minister Gordon Brown enter their last day of talks. But Iraq may continue to be a sticking point, signaling a new era in U.S. and British relations. Bill Plante reports.

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Expert On Wall Street Woes

Harry Smith speaks with Charles Schwab's chief investment strategist, Liz Ann Sonders, about Wall Street's rollercoaster ride and what investors can expect on their returns.

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Stock Market Fallout

Following the Dow's 300-point dip, stock market investors are hoping for a better week, with auto sales and employment figures due, as well as earnings from GM and Disney. Susan McGinnis reports.

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NowCast- Evening Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: The Simpsons roll in the DOH!; the Taliban claims to kill a second hostage; and baseball fans sing their hearts out.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on a nail-biting day on Wall Street; Aquafina's tap water flap; and a rise in e-mail addiction.

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On Progress In Iraq

Only On The Web: Former CIA analyst Ken Pollack tells David Martin that progress has been made in Iraq in regards to security as well as local politics and economics.

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A 'Bourne' Success

The Bourne Ultimatum promises to be one of the summer's smash hits, chronicling the latest adventure of the memory-deficient American government killer. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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U.S. And U.K. Relations

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown met with President Bush to discuss a unified position on the war in Iraq. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk weighs in.

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Under The Influence

Steve Kroft reports on how the pharmaceutical industry lobby influenced Congress to pass the Medicare prescription drug law, a night on the Hill one representative calls the "ugliest" he's ever seen.

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Stock Highs And Lows

If you follow the stock market, the recent downturn may have you feeling a little nervous. Stephanie AuWerter, Editor of SmartMoney.com has some tips for staying afloat.

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Schieffer- Iraq Still Shocking

Bob Schieffer says America got used to the violence of Vietnam, but the Iraq war continues to shock people.

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