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Thursday, December 4, 2003

Bush Lifts Steel Tariffs

Facing the threat of a trade war, President Bush lifted tariffs on steel imports he imposed last year, drawing instant fire from American steelworkers, John Roberts reports.

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Kerry- Campaign Not In Trouble

Sen. John Kerry, believed to be trailing fellow Democratic presidential hopefuls Howard Dean and Dick Gephardt, talks to The Early Show about his strategy heading into the Iowa Caucuses.

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The German Cannibal

Richard Roth reports on a German trial in which a man stands accused of killing, then eating a man he met on the Internet. The accused man claims it was a mercy killing.

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'Had Enough?' With Bush

President Bush critic and Democratic political strategist James Carville tells Early Show about his new book which lays out a plan for turning the country around.

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White House Gets Festive

The White House has a rich tradition of elaborate holiday decorations, and this year is no different, as First Lady Laura Bush showed CBS News' Bill Plante.

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Iraqis Denied Freedoms

Some Iraqis say they are being denied the same basic freedoms the U.S. said it fought the war to give them. Steve Kroft reports.

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Rooney- Presidential Trips

Andy Rooney takes a look at President Bush's surprise Thanksgiving visit to Iraq, and reflects on some other notable presidential trips.

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Wounded Soldier Carries On

Spc. Juan Martinez was serverely burned while on duty in Iraq. Part of 2,100 other U.S. soldiers wounded Iraq, he tells his story to CBS News' David Martin on 60 Minutes II.

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Sean Penn

Actor Sean Penn talks about his highly publicized trip to Iraq, and how he feels about being labeled "anti-American."

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Iraqi Shi'ites Mobilize

Elizabeth Palmer reports U.S. forces are facing a potential political challenge from Iraqi Shi'ites, as they push for a bigger share of the power in the new Iraqi government.

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Brits Foil Terror Plot

British police have apparently foiled a plot to bomb a U.S.-bound jetliner. A Pakistani Briton was arrested for allegedly conspiring with convicted "shoe bomber" Richard Reid, Tom Fenton reports.

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