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Monday, December 8, 2003

Afghan Attack Gone Wrong

In an attempt to strike a suspected Afghan terrorist, U.S. forces mistakenly killed nine children in a spray of machine gun fire, Lara Logan reports.

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Gore To Back Dean

In a boost for Howard Dean, and a slap to one-time running mate Joe Lieberman, former Vice President Al Gore is set to endorse Dean's presidential campaign, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Tracking Rebels In Iraq

U.S. strategy in Iraq now includes raids on targets linked to attacks on GIs, and, the training of Iraqi security forces who will eventually replace U.S. troops. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Convicted, Janklow Resigns

After being judged guilty of second-degree manslaughter, South Dakota congressman Bill Janklow announced that he will resign from the House of Representatives in January, Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Gitmo Chaplain In Trouble

CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson reports a Muslim army chaplain arrested for alleged security breaches at the Guantanamo detention center is now facing unrelated charges ? not an espionage rap.

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Janklow Trial Wraps

Closing arguments are over and the future of congressman and former governor Bill Janklow lies with a South Dakota jury. Jennifer Donelan reports from the courthouse in Flandreau, SD.

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Medicare Bill- Friend Or Foe?

President Bush has signed the Medicare reform bill with prescription drug coverage for seniors. Democrats opposed it, while the senior lobby said it's better than nothing. Teri Okita reports.

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Bush Signs Medicare Reform

President Bush signs a landmark Medicare reform bill which includes a new prescription drug benefit for seniors.

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Sharpton 'Feels Good' On SNL

Democratic presidential candidate Al Sharpton's appearance on 'Saturday Night Live' shows a change toward entertainment in political campaigning, Michelle Miller reports.

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9 Kids Killed In Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, the U.S. military began an investigation of the latest tragedy of war: an airstrike targeting a Taliban commander that killed nine kids, Lara Logan reports.

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Rummy To Call More Troops?

Defense Secretary Rumsfeld is asking U.S. commanders in Iraq to review the amount of troops they need to finish the job, CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports.

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