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Friday, December 19, 2003

Story Of The Year- Iraq

Drew Levinson reports on 2003's story of the year, the war in Iraq. From the invasion of Baghdad to the capture of Saddam, it was a tumultous year in the Middle East.

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Malvo Fights For His Life

It's now the beginning of the penalty phase for convicted teen sniper Lee Malvo, and the death penalty arguments may resemble a whole new trial, Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Bush?s Difficult Year

The decision to go to war is one of the most painful a U.S. president can make. CBS News correspondent Mark Knoller, at the White House, reviews President Bush?s difficult year.

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Iraq Attacks

There were more attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq, but American commanders say since the capture of Saddam, the battle against his insurgents has turned in their favor, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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New Al Qaeda Tape?

A new audio tape purporting to be Ayman al-Zawahiri, al Qaeda's second in command, says America has been defeated in Afghanistan, David Martin reports.

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Nicole Kidman On 'Mountain'

Nicole Kidman is no stranger to awards, and she drops by The Early Show to talk about her Golden Globe-nominated performance in the Civil War epic, 'Cold Mountain.'

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Jude Law On Top Of 'Mountain'

Newly-minted Golden Globe nominee Jude Law talks to The Early Show about starring in the Civil War epic 'Cold Mountain.'

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Bush's Knee MRI Explained

Avid runner President Bush is getting an MRI on a bad knee. Early Show medical contributor Mallika Marshall explains what may be wrong with the joint.

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Top Official On U.S. Allies

Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage tells The Early Show how he hopes the capture of Saddam Hussein may bridge the gap between the U.S. and some European allies.

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