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Wednesday, April 30, 2003

Saddam's Spying Mind

Elizabeth Palmer reports Saddam Hussein's world was so full of paranoia and espionage, he even spied on one of his sons. That's according to Iraqi intelligence documents obtained by CBS News.

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Bush Signs Amber Alert Bill

Surrounded by rescued Elizabeth Smart and the families of other kidnapped children, President Bush signed a wide-ranging package of child safety measures, known as the Amber Alert bill, into law.

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Robbing the Cradle

Correspondent Bob Simon reports on treasures lost in the looting of the National Museum in Baghdad.

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How To Check Your Credit Score

Most people have seen their credit reports, but over 69 percent have never checked their credit scores, a number that can determine loan eligibility and interest rates, financier Ray Martin explains.

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Malvo Guardian Reacts

Harry Smith talks with Todd Petit, the man appointed to be sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo?s guardian, about his conversations with the accused teenager.

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Bush Enacts Nat?l Amber Alert

Attorney General John Ashcroft talks on The Early Show about President Bush?s decision to approve a national Amber Alert system to locate missing children.

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Troops Leave Saudi Arabia

U.S. military has begun withdrawing from Saudi Arabia, with 10,000 leaving by the end of summer, reports Wyatt Andrews.

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Kids Break Dance, Avoid Drugs

Hattie Kauffman reports from a New Mexico Indian reservation where the tribe governor is hoping to steer kids away from drugs and other destructive behavior by teaching break dancing.

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USS Lincoln Nears Home Shores

After spending nine months at sea and completing a successful mission in Iraq, the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln headed for home, and a huge hero?s welcome, Cynthia Bowers reports.

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