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Friday, January 24, 2003

Chemical Counterattack?

Mark Phillips reports on new clues that Saddam Hussein plans to use chemical weapons in a counterattack, including equipping his soldiers with protective suits.

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Homeland Security Controversy

Funding Homeland Security is becoming a controversy as states are footing the bill and $3.5 billion of federal money promised by President Bush hasn't made it through Congress yet, Bob Orr reports.

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U.S. Stands Firm On War Stance

The U.S. is under increasing pressure to back off its war stance amid expectations that U.N. inspectors will not report evidence of extensive weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, Stacy Case reports.

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Army Family Prepares For War

As America prepares for a possible war, families from every branch of the military are forced to make arrangements for their kids, 'The Early Show' talks with an Army family.

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Psychological Warfare Steps Up

Wyatt Andrews reports how the U.S. military is stepping up a psychological campaign to weaken Iraqi resistance sending radio broadcasts and dropping leaflets to the 5 million people in Baghdad.

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War Fears Slow Economy

Richard Schlesinger reports that Americans want the economy improved. And experts say that war, and war talk, is preventing growth because consumers are scared.

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Arab Diplomats- Avoid War

Arab diplomats in Turkey are trying to avoid a war with Iraq, CBS News? Richard Roth reports from Istanbul.

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