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Tuesday, January 6, 2004

Airplane Missile Defense

The government is taking steps to protect commercial airliners from attack by shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles, weapons believed to be available to terrorists, Bob Orr reports.

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Orange Alert Continues

There's no end in sight for the heightened terrorism alert and CBS News' Tom Fenton reports it is having an effect overseas.

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Working Past Age 65

A growing number of Americans are working well past the retirement age of 65 and redefining the U.S. workforce. AARP's Deborah Russell discusses that with The Early Show.

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Grow A Beard, Or Else

A new law in Zilwaukee, Mich., requires men to grow their beards to celebrate the town's 150th Anniversary. Mayor Thomas Dorey and other Zilwaukeans talk about that with The Early Show.

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Iraqi Troops Demand Dues

Iraqi soldiers fired by the U.S. when it disbanded Saddam's army staged protests in Basra and tried to break into the local bank, demanding money they say they're owed, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Zellweger Hears Oscar Calling

Renee Zellweger talks to The Early Show about her buzzed-about role in the Civil War epic 'Cold Mountain.'

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Postcard From Mars

The most extensive exploration in the history of Mars is now under way, and NASA's explorer, a 400-pound robot, will soon transmit eagerly awaited color photos to Earth, Jerry Bowen reports.

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High 'Spirit' At NASA

NASA is celebrating the success of its latest Mars mission, as the Rover 'Spirit' prepares to beam back pictures. NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe talks to The Early Show about the mission.

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Ridge Reacts To 'Osama Tape'

After the release of a purported message from Osama bin Laden, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge tells The Early Show what impact this may have on U.S. interests.

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