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Wednesday, September 3, 2003

Abortion Killer Condemned

Paul Hill, a former minister who killed an abortion doctor and his bodyguard in 1994, will be executed by Florida as The Early Show plays Hill's recent interview expressing no regret.

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U.S. Troops Get Help

In Iraq, U.S. forces are letting soldiers from 21 nations take part of the risk, as budget woes in Washington could slash the number of U.S. troops there, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Recall Frontrunner Not Arnold

Early Show National Correspondent Hattie Kauffman sits down with California Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante, who is campaigning to win his boss's job.

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Saving AmeriCorps

Michael Brown, president of CityYear, tells CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott why Congress should save AmeriCorps.

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A Fowl Murder

A Mass. man was convinced his neighbor's dog ate his chickens. After the FBI refused to help, he sent dog hairs to a Calif. forensic lab for DNA analysis and got the proof, Byron Pitts reports.

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High Tech Saddam Hunt

The most technologically advanced arm of the U.S. military has created a digital mapping system to pinpoint Saddam's location and then close in for capture, Dan Rather reports.

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Iraq Bomb, Another Death

A car bombing outside Baghdad's main police station may have targeted the U.S. backed police chief and another U.S. life is lost in an accident, CBS News' Jennifer Miller reports.

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