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Saturday, January 10, 2004

Iraq Copter Crash Hits Home

As some Colo. soldiers were getting Purple Hearts for surviving a helicopter attack in Iraq, they were told that four of their comrades were killed in the latest crash. KCNC's Rick Sallinger reports.

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Bush Team Brushes Off O'Neill

Former Treasury Sec. Paul O'Neill accuses President Bush of being 'blind' in a new book, but the Bush Admin. considers O'Neill's comments to be that of a disgruntled ex-employee, Mark Knoller reports.

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Terror Alert Lowered

President Bush lowered the national terror alert from orange to yellow, which signals elevated risk. Officials said intelligence showed the threat of terror had passed, Bob Orr reports.

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Threat Level Lowered

The government has dropped the nation?s threat level from high to elevated, saying threats have declined in recent days. But as Teri Okita reports, the change doesn?t affect certain U.S. cities.

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Ex-Insider Blasts Bush

Ex-Treasury Sec. Paul O'Neill will release a bombshell book next week about his time in the Bush cabinet. Lesley Stahl previews her 60 Minutes interview with O'Neill on The Early Show.

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