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The Israeli military bombed what it says was a terrorist training camp inside Syria on Sunday, following a suicide attack on a Haifa restaurant that killed 19 civilians. Experts discuss Syrian-Israeli relations in the aftermath of the fresh violence.

President Bush and congressional Democrats responded to CIA weapons investigator David Kay's testimony that his team has not yet found any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Kwame Holman explains today's developments.

The Justice Department announced that it would launch an investigation into who disclosed the identity of a covert CIA agent, a leak the Washington Post reported occurred when unidentified White House officials called at least six journalists with the information.

Terence Smith reports on three prominent Americans who recently passed away -- tennis champion Althea Gibson, director Elia Kazan and actor Donald O'Connor.