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Friday, August 24, 2007

Sen. Warner's Defection

Top senate Republican John Warner, R-Va., issued a challenge to President Bush, requesting that some troops cease operations in Iraq and be brought home by Christmas. Bill Plante reports.

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Astronaut Returns To Court

Former NASA astronaut Lisa Nowak will return to an Orlando court room in an effort to have tapes from the night of her arrest suppressed during her trail. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on the credit crisis; tumbling profits in the housing market; British Airways' surcharge scandal; U.S. airlines gear up for Labor Day; and a drop in mortgage rates.

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NowCast- Evening Edition

Watch the NowCast with Cali Carlin: Wet weather in the Windy City; a crazy day in the courts; and controversies surround "Kid Nation."

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NowCast- Early Edition

Watch the NowCast with Ramy Inocencio: GOP senator requests troop withdrawal; David Beckham loses his cool; Lindsay Lohan faces misdemeanor charges.

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Warner Asks For Withdrawl

Virginia Republican Senator John Warner has asked President Bush to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq. CBS News Military Analyst Maj. Mike Lyons (Ret.) weighs in on how soon the troops could come home.

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Gere and Howard In Bosnia

The Hunting Party tells the story of two television journalists who cover the war in Bosnia. Michele Jarchin talked to the actors and directors at the film's New York premiere.

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Not-So-Mandatory Health Care

Thousands of Massachusetts residents say the cost of the state's mandatory universal health care law is too high, so they haven't bought in. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Slow Going For MRAPs

MRAPs are the safest vehicles yet for U.S. troops in Iraq. The problem is that there are nowhere near enough of them available. David Martin has more.

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Nowak- I'm Very Sorry

CBS News RAW: Former astronaut Lisa Nowak apologized for frightening her colleague and romantic rival, Colleen Shipman, but decried the media for its coverage of the incident.

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Troop Reduction Recommended

A top Pentagon official is expected to recommend that the number of U.S. forces in Iraq be cut by half in order to reduce pressure on an already strained military. Karen Brown reports.

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Ex-Astronaut Takes The Stand

CBS News RAW: Lisa Nowak, the former NASA astronaut who drove cross country to confront her lover's girlfriend, testified that her vehicle was searched without her explicit consent.

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Bolton Wants To Bomb Iran



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The White House Subpoena Showdown



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Congress Brawls In Bolivia

CBS News Raw: Bolivian politicians come to blows after long-simmering tensions with President Evo Morales over control of the judicial branch erupt.

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