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Wednesday, March 5, 2003

C.I.A. Expert?s Analysis

Former C.I.A. Information Minister James Woolsey visits The Early Show to give insight on the interrogation process for captured suspects, such as alleged Al Qaeda leader Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.

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Turkey Won't Cause Delay

Turkey?s Parliament may be asked again to let U.S. troops use Turkish bases to open a northern front against Iraq, U.S. says it will not delay war plan, David Martin reports.

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Vatican Opposes War

An aide to the Pope met with Pres. Bush to oppose war with Iraq. To avoid dissent with the Vatican and losing U.S. Catholic support, Bush said a decision on war rests with Saddam, Bill Plante reports.

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Homeless Art

BET News Correspondent Andre Showell reports on Health Care for the Homeless Coalition's use of art to help the homeless.

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Bush's Medicare Blueprint

The President laid out his plan to include prescription drugs in Medicare, but Democrats and moderate Republicans alike are already raising complaints, Joie Chen reports.

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Slow March To War

David Martin reports that military deployments continue on the slow march to war even though Turkey has refused to allow U.S. troops on its soil.

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Essentials Of Asian Cuisine

Following a theory that all Asian cuisine extended from China, cookbook author Corrine Trang visits The Early Show to demonstrate easy Asian recipes for at-home cooking.

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