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Monday, December 15, 2003

Wife Of Saddam Raid Leader

Maureen Hickey, wife of Col. Jim Hickey, who led the raid which helped capture Saddam Hussein, joins The Early Show.

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4th Infantry's Deserved Joy

The 4th Infantry Division, key to Saddam's capture, suffered some of the worst casualties in Iraq. So friends and family back home took some well deserved joy at the news, Bob McNamara reports.

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No Fight Left In Saddam

Detective work by U.S. forces in Iraq led to the capture of Saddam Hussein, but Defense Secretary Rumsfeld said on '60 Minutes' that Saddam is not cooperating.

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Bush On Saddam

President Bush said the trial of Saddam Hussein will stand up to "international scrutiny," but warned of future sacrifice in Iraq.

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What Bush Should Do Next

Sen. Joe Biden, the ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, urges President Bush to now internationalize the war effort in Iraq on The Early Show.

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What's Next In Iraq?

The top military commander in Iraq, Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, joins The Early Show to discuss Saddam's captivity and what to expect.

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Dems Congratulate Bush

Saddam Hussein's capture was a big political boost for President Bush, as even Democratic presidential candidates gave him kudos on this victory, CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Man Who Caught Saddam

Colonel Jim Hickey, leader of the combat team from the 4th Infantry Division that helped capture Saddam Hussein, joins The Early Show.

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London Comment

Commentator Ed Boyle discusses British Prime Minister Tony Blair's political dependence on Saddam Hussein.

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Military Analysis

CBS News Military Analyst Col. Mitch Mitchell (Ret.) discusses what's next for Saddam and the U.S. mission in Iraq with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Saddam Still Defiant

Kimberly Dozier reports, Saddam is still being held in Iraq, but has denied links to al Qaeda, harboring WMDs, and has refused to answer the questions of his American captors.

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Saddam's Trial

An International War Crimes tribunal for Saddam has not been ruled out, but Pres. Bush says the Iraqi people should be the ones to hold the former dictator accountable for his crimes, Bob Orr reports.

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Trail To Saddam

David Martin has the Inside Story on how U.S. intelligence and U.S. forces finally tracked down and captured Saddam Hussein after nine frustrating months.

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Bush- Saddam Will Face Trial

Saddam Hussein will face trial and the U.S. will make sure it stands up to international scrutiny ? that?s the message from President Bush. Drew Levinson reports from Washington, D.C.

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Andy Rooney- Extra, Extra!

Former paperboy Andy Rooney can't help but remember the days when a blockbuster story like the capture of Saddam Hussein would have filled the streets with shouts of "Extra, Extra!"

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Piecing The Puzzle To Saddam

For a deeper look at the military's stategy leading to the capture of Saddam Hussein, CBS National Security Correspondent David Martin reports on 60 Minutes.

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Fouad Ajami- Saddam's Capture

Dan Rather talks to CBS News Analyst and Middle East expert Fouad Ajami about Saddam's capture and the implications it will have in the situation in Iraq.

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