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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Halting Home-Grown Terrorists

A New York Police Department report says average citizens who quietly band together and adopt radical ways pose a growing threat to American security. Wendy Gillette reports.

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Seven Seas- One Ocean

Daniel Sieberg talks to an expert on ocean currents whose messages in bottles demonstrate how the Arctic Ocean can affect weather around the world.

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Who Becomes A Terrorist?

A report from the New York Police Department finds common patterns in terror attacks committed by local citizens against their own country. Bob Orr reports.

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Another Dow Downer

Optimists still see the stock market in a correction after the Dow dropped below 13,000 points. But credit worries and bad news in home sales has some investors worried. Anthony Mason reports.

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Triple Amputee Technology

Technology has come to the aid of Brian Kolfage, a triple amputee Iraq war veteran, whose prosthetic limbs are helping his life regain a sense of normalcy. Jeff Glor reports.

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Endeavour's In-Flight Lesson

More than two decades after Christa McAuliffe perished aboard Challenger, fellow teacher Barbara Morgan fulfilled the dream of teaching a lesson from space. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Dow Drops Below 13,000

For the first time since April, the Dow dipped below the 13,000 mark, a psychological barrier for Wall Street traders. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Clean & Green Project

Home improvement guru Danny Lipford, along with Harry Smith, announce a contest seeking the best home energy-saving tips. What's your plan for going green? Enter for a chance to win.

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NowCast- Evening Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: Hundreds dead or injured in Iraq; Disney's 'High School Musical' debuts; former NBA ref Tim Donaghy pleads guilty to felony charges.

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NowCast- Early Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: Hundreds dead or injured in Iraq; 20-ft. waves hit Hawaii; Paris and Britney make moves.

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First Look- Arctic Currents

Only On The Web: Ocean currents can affect everything from local weather to climate. Daniel Sieberg previews a story about how changing currents in the Arctic affect the rest of the globe.

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String Of Bombs Strike Iraq

At least 200 people have died in four simultaneous suicide attacks in northern Iraq, raising questions about whether the troop surge has pushed insurgents to new areas. Karen Brown reports.

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Profile Of A Terrorist

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly outlines a new operating premise based on a report that assumes terrorist cells are already in New York City. Bob Orr reports.

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Violence And The Troop Surge

The U.S. is blaming al Qaeda for recent violence in Iraq that killed nearly 500 people. CBS News Military Analyst Col. Mike Lyons (Ret.) looks at the troop surge and discusses if it's really working.

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Meltdown at the E-Voting Machine



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The O'Hanlon Truman Show



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Bush on Infrastructure



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