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Monday, June 2, 2003

Rudolph In Alabama

Eric Rudolph is now in Alabama, the state first to try him. Rudolph faces bombing charges in two states and could receive the death penalty, as Jennifer Miller reports.

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Rudolph To Be Tried In Ala.

Before Eric Rudolph made his first court appearance on serial bombing charges Attorney General John Ashcroft announced Birmingham Ala. would be the first to try him, Jennifer Miller reports.

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Latest Cancer Treatments

Over the weekend the countries leading medical researchers gathered in Chicago to exchange the latest news in the war against cancer, Dr. Emily Senay has an update.

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Russia's role

CBS News Russia expert Stephen Cohen discusses the post-war U.S.-Russia relationship with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Driver?s License Controversy

A Florida judge must reconcile national security concerns with freedom of religion in a case that could affect the driver?s licenses carried by millions of Americans, Bobbi Harley reports.

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U.S., Russia Will Reduce Nukes

In an effort to reduce the nuclear threat worldwide, President Bush and Russian President Putin signed a treaty vowing to start scaling back nuclear warheads, Jim Stewart reports.

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Bush Visits Poland, Russia

President Bush visited Poland and Russia to urge U.S. allies to overlook disagreements regarding the war in Iraq and to unite against terrorism, John Roberts reports.

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