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Monday, July 28, 2003

Remembering Bob Hope

Jerry Bowen recalls the life and career of comedian and actor Bob Hope, showing clips from his early films with Bing Crosby, performances for U.S. troops and his White House birthday party.

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Searching For Saddam

As the hunt for Saddam goes on, raids occur almost daily in his hometown of Tikrit. And on the streets of Baghdad, U.S. troops are angry that more of their own have died, Byron Pitts reports.

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Grenade Attack Kills GI

Randall Pinkston has the details of another random sneak attack carried out against U.S. troops in Iraq. A lone man dropped a grenade from an overpass killing one, the 165th war casualty.

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Sen. Edwards Plans As Prez

Democratic presidential hopeful Senator John Edwards joins The Early Show to unveil his new healthcare initiative and his views in favor of the war with Iraq.

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Spin Control

Thomas Mann, Senior Fellow in Governmental Studies at the Brookings Institution discusses the relationship between The White House and the media with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Questioning N.Korea Reports

Intelligence experts warn that C.I.A reports of North Korea's nuclear capabilities are dangerously inconsistent, as this uncertainty would affect future U.S. negotiations, Jim Acosta reports.

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Korean War Armistice Day

On the 50th anniversary of the day that North and South Korea signed a truce ending three years of killing, Lew Klotz returns to the site where his life was spared but trouble may be brewing again, Barry Peterson reports.

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Deadly Hunt For Saddam

On a deadly weekend of attacks in Iraq, five more soldiers were killed but General Myers still insists that finding Saddam Hussein remains the key mission, Randall Pinkston reports.

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