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Tuesday, August 12, 2003

Mideast Bombs Threaten Roadmap

After six weeks of quiet, two suicide bombings are threatening the U.S.-backed 'roadmap to peace,' in Israel, CBS News Correspondent Terri Okita reports.

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Ann Richards On Book, Recall

Former Texas Governor Ann Richards talks to The Early Show's Harry Smith about her new book on osteoporosis, and finds time to weigh in on the California recall.

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Israel Bombing Shakes Truce

In Israel a pair of suicide bombings threaten a shaky truce, as CBS News' Allen Pizzey has details from Tel Aviv.

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U.S. Raids On Iraqi Civilians

In Iraq, humiliating dramatic afternoon raids of civilian homes by U.S. forces worsen strained relations and frightens children, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Anybody Recall Florida?

With a lotto system and different ballots, the California recall election just got a little more confusing, reports CBS News' Jerry Bowen.

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Ripping Off Medicare

Wyatt Andrews reports on how doctors and pharmaceutical companies are teaming up to bilk Medicare.

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California's Big Ballot

California voting officials are pulling together a ballot that will be fair to the nearly 200 candidates in the Golden State's gubernatorial recall, reports Jerry Bowen.

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Liberian Prez Exits

Liberian president Charles Taylor went into exile, ending 14 years of violence and bloodshed. U.S. troops are on the horizon to help decrease strife in the war-torn nation, reports Mark Phillips.

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