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Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Deadly Peace In Iraq

In Iraq, keeping the peace has become more deadly than fighting the war. The death of two more soldiers brings the post-combat death toll to 140. In combat, 138 died, David Martin reports.

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Bush Under Pressure On Iraq

In a speech to the American Legion, President Bush vowed no retreat in Iraq. But his election rivals argue he is failing in the mission to restore peace, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Why Gas Is Sky High

Analysts say the sudden spike in gas prices stems from three factors: the blackout, a damaged oil pipeline, and Iraq's struggling oil industry, Anthony Mason reports.

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Shuttle Study Rips NASA

The stage is set for another disaster if NASA doesn?t clean up its act. That?s the conclusion of a 7-month investigation prompted by the space shuttle Columbia catastrophe, as Stacey Case reports.

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Scathing NASA Report Released

NASA's final Columbia report says that another disaster is imminent if there is not a change in the space agency's management and procedures, CBS News Correspondent Stacy Case reports.

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Troops In For Long Haul

With frequent guerrilla attacks on U.S. troops the death toll rises but soldiers remain resolute, as the government insists no more U.S. troops are needed, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Shuttle Report Finds Fault

The final report on the Columbia Shuttle disaster is due out and expected to blame NASA for negligence to act on warnings that could have prevented the accident, as CBS News' Bob Orr reports.

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Senators Want More Troops

Sens. Joseph Biden and and Chuck Hagel are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, but both appeared on The Early Show to talk about the need for more troops in Iraq.

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Arnold Plays Second Fiddle

Democratic candidate Cruz Bustamante knocked Hollywood 'Terminator' Arnold Schwarzenegger out of the recall election lead and into the two spot say the latest polls, Jerry Bowen reports.

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Tough Questions In Baghdad

In the wake of Baghdad's U.N. terror blast, U.N. staffers have accused security chiefs of sacrificing worker safety, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Headaches And Sorrow In Iraq

It?s one headache and one sorrow after another in Iraq where thousands of Shiite Muslims broke windows and raised their voices blaming the U.S. for inadequate security, as Stacey Case reports.

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