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You’ve put answering it thinking there’s still plenty of time. Now you’re at the point where you have to find a solution. This is Scott Fitzgerald and what am I talking about? How are we going to pay for Christmas this year.
For those serving on active duty in the military (even you DoD civilian contractors) I may have the solution. A Navy Federal gorewards credit card. With a Navy Federal GoRewards credit card you earn points for travel, gift cards or even merchandise (which means more Christmas presents for this year or even next). But here’s what separates Navy Federal from the others. If you sign on now and spend $1,000 Navy Federal Credit Union will GIVE you 15,000 additional points!
For those serving our military why Navy Federal? Because they’ve been serving the military for 80 years now and have amassed over 4 million members (to include yours truly). Any member of ANY branch is eligible for membership, but you have to join while on active duty.
You can visit navyfederal.org or (for our neighbors near Ft. Knox) you can visit the local branch NEAR Ft. Knox at 137 E. Lincoln Trail Boulevard in Radcliff/
Navy Federal is financially solid and Federally insured by the NCUA.
An Egyptian Health Ministry official now says at least 34 people have been killed in an attack outside the headquarters of the Republican Guard in Cairo. Egyptian military officials had first said that gunmen killed at least five supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and one officer when people tried to storm the building. CBS News' Alex Ortiz joins Tony this morning.
Politically speaking, there's a lot of hot news in a hot July. Washington is faced with answering immigration questions, what to do with Egypt as Secretary of State John Kerry deal with his wife being in critical condition. With Tony is CBS News Political Analyst Dottie Lynch.
Over the weekend an influential Russian member of parliament, who often speaks for the Kremlin, urged Edward Snowden to accept an offer of asylum from Venezuela. Snowden, the former NSA contractor, is still believed to be in the transit area of a Moscow airport. Cuban President Raul Castro says he supports Venezuela and any other Latin America governments willing to give asylum to American espionage suspect. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Vicki Barker is in London and talks with Tony
Officials investigating a jetliner crash in San Francisco have determined that Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was traveling "significantly below" its target speed as it approached the airport and that the crew tried to abort the landing just before it smashed onto the runway. What they don't yet know is why, and whether the pilot's inexperience with this type of aircraft and this airport played a role. A day after the jetliner crash-landed in San Francisco, killing two people and injuring more than 180, officials said Sunday that the probe was also focusing on whether the airport or plane's equipment could have also malfunctioned. With Tony is Aviation expert and former Airline Executive Jay Ratliff