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Tuesday, January 14, 2003

U.S., N. Korea Trade Barbs

President Bush says "of course" the U.S. will sit down and discuss the nuclear standoff with North Korea. But he maintains that he won't stand for "blackmail."

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Kmart Axes 37,000 Jobs

Kmart is laying off 37,000 workers and shutting 326 stores in an effort to emerge from Chapter 11 as a healthier, if leaner, company, reports Jim Axelrod.

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Lieberman To Run For President

Sen. Joseph Lieberman joined the already crowded field of Democrats running for the White House, Harry Smith talked with the senator about his decision.

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Friendly Fire Hearing Opens

A military hearing has opened in Louisiana regarding the actions of two U.S. pilots involved in a friendly fire accident that killed four Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan, Bob McNamara explains.

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Blair Lobbies For Iraq War

British Prime Minister Tony Blair also faces a public reluctant to support war as he tries to rally the British people to the cause, Mark Phillips reports.

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Iraqi Students And War

As Iraq prepares for a new war with the United States, Dan Rather spoke with some Iraqi students who have already lived through two wars.

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U.S. Incentive For N. Korea

The U.S. presented N. Korea with an incentive to end its nuclear program by offering to help with energy alternatives, Barry Petersen explains.

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