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Wednesday, April 2, 2003

Travolta- Back to ?Basics?

John Travolta talks with Julie Chen, before the war with Iraq began, about his new film ?Basic,? a military-themed movie centering on a fictional account of a crime and intrigue on a Marine base.

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Budgeting A War Economy

When the war started, the Bush administration formed a ?watch group? designed to prevent economic recession, Ray Martin offers advice for budgeting personal finances as well.

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Missing Journalists Found

Three American journalists who disappeared in Iraq turned up safe and sound in Jordan, they said they were imprisoned by Iraqi officials and interrogated for a week, Randall Pinkston reports.

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Airstrikes Target Repub. Guard

U.S. troops continue to push toward Baghdad, launching intensified strikes against Saddam?s elite Republican Guard and seizing a major Iraqi highway, John Roberts reports.

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POW Rescue- Behind The Scenes

Retired Air Force Gen. Perry Smith gives his analysis of the Special Ops mission that saved U.S. POW Jessica Lynch and discusses military efforts to improve such operations.

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POW Friends, Family Grateful

Friends and family of rescued POW Army Pfc. Jessica Lynch talked to The Early Show?s Hannah Storm to express their relief and happiness over her safe return.

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Assault On Saddam's Best

U.S. forces are pushing an all-out assault on Saddam's elite Republican Guards south of Baghdad in anticipation of a move against the Iraqi capital, David Martin reports.

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Affirmative Action Debate

The Supreme Court took on the issue of affirmative action in college admissions for the first time since the 70s, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Rumsfeld- Saddam Will Fall

In a Pentagon briefing, Defense Sec. Rumsfeld addressed Iraqi citizens to dispel rumors of negotiations between U.S. forces and Saddam?s regime, assuring all that Saddam would fall from power.

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