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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Cheney's Top Secret Plan

Former Vice President Dick Cheney ordered the CIA to keep a top-secret intelligence program secret from Congress according to a Senate intelligence chairwoman. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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The Race For A H1N1 Vaccine

Washington is racing to develop a vaccine to combat the H1N1 'Swine Flu'. The government is putting big money into finding and developing a vaccine by the end of 2009. Priya David reports.

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'Thanks USA'

Big ideas usually start very small. The idea that two young sisters came up with is changing the lives of many dependents of active duty members in our armed forces. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Eating-In Replaces Eating-Out

As millions of consumers in the UK cut back their expenditure significantly by eating-out less, London restaurants reported a 60% decrease since March 2008. Sheila MacVicar reports from London.

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Vacation Visa

If supporters of a new kind of visa get their way, the U.S. could soon be welcoming retirees who don't want jobs at all, just a place to spend their money. Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Sotomayor's Confirmation

As Judge Sonia Sotomayor faces almost certain confirmation, the democrats argue the path she took from the Bronx to the Federal bench makes her the ideal Supreme Court nominee. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Eyewitness, Part 2

So how accurate is eyewitness testimony? As Lesley Stahl found out firsthand, memory is malleable and can easily be influenced and corrupted.

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Eyewitness, Part 1

Lesley Stahl reports on flaws in eyewitness testimony that are at the heart of the DNA exonerations of falsely convicted people like Ronald Cotton, who was falsely accused of rape.

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Rooney- Eat More Fruit!

Andy Rooney inspects the fruit in a local market. He disagrees with people who consider tomatoes to be a fruit and not a vegetable.

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Kill Bin Laden

The officer who led the Delta Force mission to kill Osama bin Laden after 9/11 reveals what really happened in Tora Bora, Afghanistan, when the al-Qaeda leader narrowly escaped. Scott Pelley reports.

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Jackson Memorial In Context

With 31 million people tuning in and 1.6 million registering for tickets, Bob Schieffer puts into perspective the coverage of Michael Jackson's memorial service.

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The Right To Dry

In some communities across the U.S., clotheslines are banned and have become quite controversial. As Bill Geist reports, the "Right To Dry" has become a national movement.

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A Day To Remember

June 25th will be remembered as the day Michael Jackson died, but for Martha Gillis it will always be the day her nephew, 1st Lt. Brian Bradshaw, was killed by an IED in Afghanistan.

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Debate On Sotomayor Hearings

Bob Schieffer spoke with Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy (R-Vt.) and the ranking member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala) to discuss the nomination hearings for Sonia Sotomayor.

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NAACP's Landmark Anniversary

The NAACP, the oldest civil rights group in the U.S. marks its 100th anniversary this week. Bill Whitaker takes a look at its past, present, and future.

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