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Wednesday, June 25, 2003

Bush's EU Speech

In a White House press conference with European Union leaders, President Bush spoke out about Middle East terrorism and called on Iran to halt any nuclear arms programs.

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Unveiling the Myths of Vietnam

In 1968, Cronkite went to Vietnam and returned with an unprecedented documentary on the war. His words shook President Johnson, who reportedly said, "If I've lost Cronkite, I've lost middle America."

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Policing Iraq

Bernard Kerik, interim Iraqi Minister of the Interior, discusses troop safety and keeping the peace in Iraq.

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First Lady?s Reading Program

Laura Bush reads to children at the White House to kick off the Early Readers Club.

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Brits Killed In Iraq

At least six British soldiers stationed in Iraq were killed and eight wounded in two separate attacks. U.K. military heads say at least one strike was well organized, David Martin reports.

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Baghdad Blackout

Baghdad's power plant shut down during the war, and has since struggled to stay running. Iraqis are often without food, water, or electricity, and say the U.S. isn't helping, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Eying Medicare Drug Plan

As Congress nears approving a plan to include prescription drug coverage in Medicare, some seniors are looking at the proposals ? and finding things they don't like, reports Joie Chen.

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