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Thursday, July 24, 2003

California Recall Looms

California voters are heading back to the ballot box less than a year after reelecting Gov. Gray Davis, and he has about three months to convince voters not to kick him out, as Chris Lawrence reports.

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Pics of Saddam?s Sons Released

The Pentagon has released pictures of Saddam Hussein's sons as proof to Iraqis that the two men they feared are dead, Jennifer Donelan reports. WARNING: PHOTOS CONTAIN GRAPHIC MATERIAL.

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Cal. Recall Is Official

The signatures have been certified, and now a special election is on the way in the recall drive of California Gov. Gray Davis, CBS News Correspondent Sandra Hughes reports.

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NYC Shooter Details Emerge

City Hall shooter called FBI to report harassment several hours prior to shooting, CBS?s Jim Acosta reports.

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New U.S. Casualties In Iraq

Deadly attacks in northern Iraq killed three soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division, the unit that tracked down Saddam's sons, CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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Shooting At NY City Hall

A gunman opened fire inside New York City Hall in lower Manhattan, injuring at least two people, including a council member. Mayor Mike Bloomberg was not harmed and the shooter remains at large.

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Aftermath Of A 'Landmark Day'

CBS News Correpondent Terri Okita reports on the raid that killed Saddam Hussein's sons, and the aftermath of what U.S. officials are calling a 'landmark day.'

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Bush- 'Former Regime Is Gone'

President Bush announced with senior officials that the U.S. has restored hope in Iraq, a nation beaten down by decades of tyranny. Still, Bush warns of the war's needed sustained commitment.

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