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Thursday, December 19, 2002

UN- Lack Of Evidence From Iraq

Following Blix's analysis of Iraq's declaration, the White House is expected to state that Iraq is in 'material breach' of the U.N. resolution, Scott Rapoport reports.

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Reaction To Baseball Dispute

With the legal wranglings over Bonds' 73rd home run ball now over, the two men who each claimed they were the ones who caught it, Patrick Hayashi and Alex Popov, react to the outcome.

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Battle Over Ball Finally Over

When San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds hit his record 73rd home run, a bitter custody battle over the ball ensued, John Blackstone reports the legal fight is finally over.

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More Republicans Abandon Lott

Despite the fact that Trent Lott believes he has enough support to keep his leadership position in the Senate, more Republicans are lining up against him, Bob Schieffer explains.

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U.N. To Submit Report On Iraq

In anticipation of Hans Blix's report, the White House unloaded a heavy dose of skepticism in advance, saying Iraq's declaration is far from complete, Bill Plante reports.

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Iraq Submits To Inspections

For a decade, Iraq refused to comply with U.N. disarmament resolutions or cooperate with U.N. weapons inspectors. In 2002, the White House decided enough was enough, Lou Miliano reports.

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More Bloodshed In Middle East

The highly volatile Middle East grew even more violent this year, as terror and war escalated to new levels, Robert Berger reports.

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Terrorism Arrests At Infocom

Attorney General Ashcroft discusses the arrests of four men in Texas who worked at Infocom, a computer company suspected of funneling money to the Hamas terrorist group.

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