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Friday, August 17, 2007

Utah Gov. Stops Rescue Effort

CBS News RAW: Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman calls for a halt in the Crandall Canyon mine rescue effort following the deaths of three of the rescue workers.

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GPS Evidence In Murder Case

Investigators used global positioning satellite data as evidence in a Chenango County, N.Y. murder case, reports WBNG's Jessica Light.

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Edwards Camp Focuses On Iowa

News of the return of Elizabeth Edwards' cancer has only increased the intensity of John Edwards' campaign for the presidential nomination. But as Tracy Smith reports, it's an uphill battle.

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Fed Cut Spurs Wall Street

The stock market makes significant gains after The Federal Reserve made it easier for banks to borrow money. It is hoped this move will calm consumer spending fears. Anthony Mason reports.

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Assignment America

You get to vote for Steve's next story: bringing lawn and order to New Orleans parks, baby boomer skateboarders, or talking politics with a button collector.

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'Big Brother 8' Exclusive

Only On The Web: In an exclusive online interview, Julie Chen speaks with Dustin Erikstrup about his eviction from the "Big Brother 8" house.

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Dustin's Eviction Analysis

Julie Chen chats with Dustin Erikstrup about his eviction from "Big Brother 8," and finds out if his strategy of putting himself up on the block was as effective as he once thought.

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Stock Market Analysis

Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, speaks with Harry Smith about Wall Street's recent roller coaster ride.

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A White House Wedding?

Newly engaged Jenna Bush and her mother, first lady Laura Bush, will now begin planning the nuptials. InStyle's Katrina Szish weighs in on the possibility of a White House wedding.

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Jenna Bush To Marry

President Bush will soon have a new job: father of the bride. First lady Laura Bush announced the engagement of their daughter, Jenna, to Henry Hager of Virginia. Bill Plante reports.

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Volatile Trading Fuels Tension

A volatile trading day on Wall Street fueled investors' fears that a strained credit market will cause a drop in consumer spending. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Weekend Roundup- Rove Resigns

Dan Raviv recap's this week's top stories including the Peru earthquake, Utah rescuers killed, Wall Street's wild ride and Karl Rove's resignation.

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MoneyWatch

Claire Leka reports on a nail biting day on Wall Street; why investors are keeping their eyes on crude oil prices; and the rising cost of financing a home.

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Notebook- Aging Boom

Katie Couric notes that the baby boom generation is aging, and the number of doctors specializing in gerontology just hasn't kept up.

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Eye To Eye- Edwards En Route

The Edwards Campaign hits the road, heading for Iowa where the senator hopes to be a contender. A CBS poll places him behind Clinton and Obama. Tracy Smith reports.

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Padilla Convicted Of Terrorism

Jose Padilla has been convicted on federal terrorism charges. A sentencing date has been set, but his lawyers plan to appeal. CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen weighs in on the case.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on the eating habits of pregnant women; an increase in the use of illegal drugs at U.S. schools; and rising rates of suicide among American servicemen.

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Iran's Army Are Terrorists



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Environmentalism for Billionaires



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'Ebony' Beauties

Tyra Banks, Iman, Kimora Lee Simmons and Alek Wek help celebrate the influence of blacks in fashion on Ebony magazine's "Black is Back" September issue.

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