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Wednesday, August 20, 2003

Energy Secretary On Blackout

Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham joins The Early Show to talk about the latest blackout clues and if the cost of improving the energy grid would be passed on to consumers.

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U.N. Workers Leave Iraq

Following a deadly bomb blast on U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, many staffers are heading for safety in Jordan, though the U.N. says it will maintain a presence in Iraq, reports Kimberly Dozier.

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Post-War Reality Check

Blood and chaos have been the result in areas where the U.S. has violently unseated hostile regimes, not security and a working democracy as hoped, Mark Phillips reports.

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Arnold Tackles The Economy

In his first major television appearance as a candidate for California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger promised action, a rejuvenated economy and jobs, jobs, jobs, Jerry Bowen reports.

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U.S. Warned Of Truck Bomber?

The U.S. was warned to be on the lookout for a suicide truck bomber just days before the deadly attack in Iraq, according a top Iraqi official. Jennifer Donelan has the latest from Washington D.C.

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Who's Behind The U.N. Bomb?

Several likely suspects could be behind the bombing at the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, as U.S. troops remain targets of hundreds - maybe thousands - of terrorists, CBS News' David Martin reports.

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U.N.- We Stay In Iraq

Despite a massive truck bombing at U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan said that the U.N. will not pull out of Iraq, as CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Recall Campaigns Heat Up

The tough campaigning in California has begun, with Arnold Schwarzenegger unveiling his first TV ad, and Gray Davis defending his record as governor, CBS News Correspondent Jerry Bowen reports.

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Mideast Roadmap In Doubt?

The suicide bombing in Jerusalem that killed 18 was a huge blow to Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, who was meeting with terrorist groups at the time to halt attacks, Tom Fenton reports.

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Davis Comes Out Swinging

With the California recall looming in the fall, embattled Governor Gray Davis went on the air with his message, Chris Lawrence reports.

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U.N. Bomb Suspects

President Bush vowed to strike back against the perpetrators of the Baghdad U.N. terror blast, but the culprits are as yet unknown. Loyalists to Saddam's regime are suspected, David Martin reports.

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Why Bomb The U.N.?

Kimberly Dozier reports many Iraqis blame U.N. weapons inspectors for giving the U.S. an excuse to invade the country, which may be why Baghdad's U.N. headquarters became a terror target.

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