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Sunday, March 23, 2003

Journalists At War

Bill Whitaker reports some 2,000 journalists are at risk reporting on the war; one British correspondent has already been killed.

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Bush On War

President Bush is warning the public that the war will likely be longer and more difficult than expected and he will tell Congress that he needs $80 billion to pay for the war, Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Pleased So Far

At press conference after returning to the White House from Camp David, President Bush says he is pleased with the progress of the early stages of the war.

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The Risky Role Of Journalists

Journalists in Iraq are providing the world with unprecedented wartime coverage, but already one reporter has been killed by a car bomb while several others are missing, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Role Of Religion During War

A group of spiritual leaders representing various faiths visit 'The Early Show' to shed some light on the important role of religion during wartime, Russ Mitchell reports.

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Green Light For The Oscars

Despite the war overseas, Hollywood plans to go ahead with its big night of Oscar celebrations, final security measures are underway for this year's more subdued version, Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Protests Rock San Fran

John Blackstone reports from San Francisco where protesters of all ages turned out to oppose the war, several voicing support for the troops while denouncing Pres. Bush's forceful tactics.

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Iraqis Claim Downed Pilot

The Iraqis claim they have shot down a pilot over Baghdad, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffs says there are no reports of missing aircraft, David Martin has the latest.

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Profile Of Gen. Tommy Franks

Army Gen. Tommy Franks has been running the war in Iraq from a base in Qatar and has become well-known and respected by officers and troops for his intense work ethic, Tom Fenton reports.

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Analyzing 'Shock And Awe'

?Shock and Awe,? the term used to describe the U.S.?s sweeping assault on Iraq, is actually an intricate military philosophy, Vicki Mabrey met the men who created it.

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Advancing On Baghdad

David Martin reports that American forces advancing on Baghdad could soon encounter Saddam Hussein's republican guard, setting the stage for potentially bloody battles.

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U.S. Besieged By Protests

As Anthony Mason reports, thousands of anti-war demonstrators hit the streets of major U.S. cities, including New York, San Francisco, and Chicago.

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Climate Of Fear In Baghdad

Dan Rather talks with New York Times reporter John Burns, one of the few western journalists remaining in Baghdad, about the state of the Iraqi capital.

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Marines Moving North

Having secured large portions of southern Iraq, marine divisions are now making a major push to the north, a push that may be measured in tens of kilometers, John Roberts reports.

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Conquering Anxiety

With the nation at war, the threat of terrorism, and an uncertain economy, tension can trigger internal crises, Dr. Emily Senay has tips for identifying anxiety and dealing effectively with it.

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Military's Precision Targeting

General Vincent Brooks provides visuals of the military's direct, aggressive attacks to disrupt Saddam's key commands and controls using precise targeting methods.

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U.S. B-52s Storm Iraq

B-52 fighter planes are flying many missions over Iraq carrying large stores of weapons, a flight crew spoke to The Early Show to describe these aircraft and their impressive capabilities.

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