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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the Wall Street slump; two proposals that would raise fuel efficiency standards; and more airline passengers are buying first and business class seats.

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Notebook- Iraq's Soccer Team

Iraqis poured out into the streets on Sunday to celebrate the national soccer team's triumph at the Asia Cup. Katie Couric discusses how the team's victory was a big boost to the country.

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First Look- Murdoch And WSJ

Only On The Web: Kelly Wallace previews some of the top stories on tonight's "CBS Evening News," including what a Rupert Murdoch takeover will mean for the Wall Street Journal.

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WallStrip Gets Touchy Feely

The wacky crew at Wallstrip.com takes a humorous look at trade-addicted brokers who will buy and sell anything.

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Murdoch Lands The Journal

The family that controls The Wall Street Journal has agreed to sell the paper to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. for $5 billion. Kelly Wallace reports on speculation about his plans for the paper.

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General Censured For Lying

The Army has censured retired Lt. General Phillip Kensinger for his role in a string of errors following the friendly-fire death of former NFL star Pat Tillman. David Martin reports.

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Sen. Stevens Finances Probed

Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens' ties to Veco, an oil field-services company, are being investigated after allegations that the company paid to renovate the senator's home. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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London's Black Cabs Go Green

A fleet of 3,000 of London's iconic black cabs will be spewing less black soot because they will be running on biofuels made especially for taxis. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Mitt Romney's 'Ocean' Ad

CBS News RAW: Mitt Romney's campaign ad "Ocean," designed for the former Massachusetts governor's 2008 presidential campaign.

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Roberts Still At Risk

Chief Justice John Roberts's health is not in any immediate danger, but the chance that he may have another seizure is likely. Karen Brown reports.

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Army Secretary On Tillman Case

CBS News RAW: Army Secretary Pete Geren announces his censure of retired Lt. Gen. Philip R. Kensinger for his role in the chain of errors after ex-NFL star Pat Tillman's death by friendly fire.

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NowCast- Late Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: The chief justice is out of the hospital; the FBI raids a senator's home; and the latest on David Beckham.

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Snow Defends Gonzales



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Plane Skids To Safety

CBS News RAW: A small plane makes an emergency landing without its wheels, skidding to a stop at a Navy runway in California. No injuries are reported.

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NowCast- Early Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: Soccer celebrations across Iraq; Bush and Brown meet at Camp David; and Chicago fans belt out a baseball anthem.

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