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Monday, December 1, 2003

Congressman On Trial

Cynthia Bowers has the Inside Story on the trial of U.S. Congressman Bill Janklow of South Dakota, charged with speeding through a stop sign and killing a motorcyclist.

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Intense Battle In Iraq

The ambush of two U.S. convoys by guerilla fighters led to an intense battle in Iraq which left 54 Iraqis dead, five American soldiers injured, CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Wall Street Makes Merry

Big holiday spending and unexpected economic gains sent U.S. stock indexes soaring to new yearly highs, giving Wall Street traders and investors reason to make merry, Anthony Mason reports.

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Janklow Jury Chosen

He?s a household name in South Dakota with a spectacular career record, but today a jury is being chosen to decide if Congressman Bill Janklow is guilty of manslaughter, as Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Bush- Iraq Strategy Working

Fresh off his Thanksgiving trip to Baghdad, President Bush says he is confident that the U.S. strategy is working, CBS News' Bill Plante has more.

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Terror Warnings In Europe

Security fears spread beyond the Middle East with new terror warnings in parts of Europe, CBS News' Randall Pinkston reports.

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Arnold Draws Fire

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger pushes for approval of his budget cuts package. CBS News' Jerry Bowen reports that one proposal is drawing heavy fire.

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Firefight In Samarra

The U.S. military says 54 Iraqis were killed in a fierce firefight in Samarra. Insurgents are increasingly targeting U.S. allies, CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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