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Tuesday, September 9, 2003

Anne Perry's New Mystery

Mystery novel author Anne Perry tackles World War I subject matter in her new book, 'No Graves As Yet,' which is already a best-seller. She appears on The Early Show to talk about it.

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CBS Embedded Reporters' Book

Dan Rather tells The Early Show about the new DVD and book 'America At War, The Battle for Iraq' where CBS News embedded reporters share their frontline war experiences.

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Arnold Fights Gender Gap

The polls contain both bad news for Arnold Schwarzenegger and good news for the actor and everyone else in the California governor's race - except Gov. Davis. Jerry Bowen reports.

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Homefront Hardships

The families of soldiers deployed to Iraq are struggling with separation from loved ones, financial woes, and the anxiety of not knowing when it all will end, Jane Clayson reports.

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Spread Thin In Iraq

The issues of longer deployments, soaring bills and no end in sight are dominating the Iraq debate on Capitol Hill. Even some Republicans say the U.S. is spread too thin, John Roberts reports.

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Congress Reluctant To Pay Out

Congress wants a specific plan of action before authorizing the additional $87 billion President Bush requested for post-war reconstruction, Teri Okita reports.

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Legal Analysis

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses the Supreme Court's hearing of campaign finance reform laws with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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9/11- Two Years After

Early Show national correspondent Jon Frankel looks at two families whose loved ones died in the World Trade Center.

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Rumsfeld Rips War Critics

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says Democrats and others criticizing administration policy could lead terrorists to believe the U.S. will give up, Dan Rather reports.

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Strained Patriotism

As the cost to remain in Iraq soars, many Americans are caught between patriotism and the strain inflicted by the price they've been asked to pay, Cynthia Bowers reports.

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