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Wednesday, October 30, 2002

Georgia's Senate Race

In Georgia, a tough political fight is playing out in the race for a senate seat, prompting President Bush to get involved to swing the vote, Bob Schieffer reports.

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Saddam War Crimes

John Roberts reports that as the Security Council is still negotiating Iraq inspections terms, the White House brought together a list of war crimes against Saddam Hussein and his sons.

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Resort Hotel With A Secret

The Greenbrier is an upscale resort hotel with a secret, it was once the site of a highly classified government operation for more than 30 years, Debbye Turner explains.

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From Eulogy To Strategy

With the balance of power up for grabs, talk turned from eulogy to strategy, Craig Crawford from 'Hotline' discusses the upcoming crucial Senate race.

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Haitian Immigrants Detained

Hundreds of Haitian refugees are detained in Miami after jumping from an over-crowed boat after it ran aground, Byron Pitts reports.

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War-Focused Elections

John Roberts reports that while the sputtering economy should be the focus of the elections, candidates this year are concentrating instead on the war against Iraq.

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Haitians Jump Ship

Several hundred Haitian immigrants jumped ship to wade ashore to downtown Miami before being detained by immigration officials who will likely return them back to Haiti, Byron Pitts reports.

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Muhammad Faces Federal Charges

John Allen Muhammad faces federal capital murder and extortion charges, both carry the death penalty, Teri Okita explains.

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