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Thursday, August 21, 2003

Vaccines Or Sick Shots?

Half a million U.S. troops in Iraq got smallpox and anthrax vaccination shots. Then many got sick. Some blame the shots and say the Pentagon is hiding information, Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Abbas In The Hot Seat

The White House is stepping up pressure on Palestinian prime minister Mahmoud Abbas to crack down on militants. But some question whether he has the power to do so, Jim Stewart reports.

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U.S. Wants More Iraq Help

The U.S. is looking for more troops to fight the terrorists in Iraq, and not just U.S. troops, as Drew Levinson reports from the United Nations.

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U.S. Wants More Troops

As the situation in Iraq remains volatile, more troops are needed and the U.S. wants them to come from other countries, as Drew Levinson reports from the United Nations.

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Calif. Set For Arnold-nomics?

The Calif. governor recall election is rolling with the release of candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger's economic plan, as Early Show political analyst Craig Crawford explains.

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Baghdad Warned Of Bomb

The FBI is investigating the truck bomb blast that killed a top U.N. diplomat in Baghdad. Officials now say warnings of an attack and targets were received, but ignored, Randall Pinkston reports.

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U.S. Underestimated Iraq?

As attacks in Iraq are taken to deadly new levels against the U.N., many ask whether the U.S. is losing control of the situation, CBS News' Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Bremer- U.S. Still In Control

Iraqi Civil Administrator Paul Bremer joins The Early Show claiming that the U.S. remains in control of Iraq despite attacks on troops, infrastructure and most recently the U.N..

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