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Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Mutual Fund Reforms

Anthony Mason has the Inside Story on the reforms Congress and the SEC may implement after a string of recently revealed mutual funds scandals.

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Body Armor Investigation

Jim Stewart reports on a government investigation of some widely used police body armor that may fail to protect the officers who use it.

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Dems Mixed On Gay Marriage

President Bush has vowed to fight against gay marriage. Wyatt Andrews checks in with the Democratic presidential hopefuls for their stance on the issue.

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Week Of Wishes

Ebony Martin had a nightmare childhood: her father killed her mother and then himself. She's currently trying to get through college on a shoestring budget, so The Early Show lent her a hand.

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60 II- Wesley Clark

In his first primetime interview, retired Gen. Wesley Clark shares his thoughts on the war in Iraq.

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Military Gay Policy Questioned

There are some in the military who believe the time has come to reconsider the "don't ask, don't tell" policy. Morley Safer reports.

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AARP Backs Medicare Plan

Republicans picked up a crucial endorsement from the 35 million-member AARP as they pushed Congress to pass a new Medicare prescription drug plan, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Guilty Sniper Verdict

A jury convicted John Muhammad of capital murder in one of the Washington, D.C.-area sniper shootings. They will now decide if he should get the death penalty, Thalia Assuras reports.

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