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Tuesday, June 3, 2003

Phone Ban For New Drivers

The federal government has recommended a ban on cell phone use for drivers-in-training after conducting a study linking cell phones to traffic accidents, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Pushing For Peace

President Bush meets with Arab leaders to prepare for Wednesday?s summit with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Rudolph Taken To Alabama

Accused serial bomber Eric Rudolph will stand trial in Alabama for a 1988 abortion clinic blast, and face charges in Georgia for the Atlanta Olympics bombing, Mark Strassmann reports.

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Mideast Peace Summit

John Roberts reports on peace summits in the Middle East, where he says Pres. Bush expects bold statements from all sides, committing to steady, if slow, progress down the road to peace.

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U.S. Suspects Buried Weapons

U.S. troops outside Baghdad are guarding a site suspected to contain a cache of buried chemical weapons. David Hawkins reports investigators are now testing soil samples for toxic materials.

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