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Thursday, January 9, 2003

Iraq Inspector Slowdown

U.N. weapons inspectors say they've found "no smoking gun," but they're still not satisfied with Iraq's explanations of what it did with all its chemical and biological weapons, David Martin reports.

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Your SUV A Terrorist?

Your SUV A Terrorist? View The Detroit Project?s controversial T.V. ad.

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Mass. Governor Jane Swift

Boston's most recent former governor, Jane Swift, sat down with Harry Smith in her first television interview since leaving office to take some time off.

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Unemployment Extension Enough?

Democrats in Congress are complaining about the unemployment benefits extension President Bush signed into law. Sandra Hughes reports on whether the money is enough to make a real difference.

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Controversial Judicial Pick

President Bush is trying again with dozens of judicial nominations that the Senate did not consider last year, but his re-nomination of Charles Pickering is drawing the fire, Bob Schieffer reports.

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N. Korea Takes Defiant Stance

Despite U.S. opposition, North Korea remains defiant in its plans to develop its nuclear program, Barry Petersen reports.

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