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Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Pin Cushion Politics

The stakes are high for the Iowa caucus on Jan. 19, and so is the level of rhetoric among the Democratic candidates, including Howard Dean, in a new batch of commercials. Byron Pitts reports.

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Bush's Progress In Mexico

At a 34-nation summit in Mexico, President Bush has mended relations with Mexico, but made little progress on key issues from free trade to corruption, CBS News? Manuel Gallegus reports.

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Outrage In Fallujah

The streets of Fallujah, Iraq, were alive with anger as word spread that U.S. troops had detained a teen bride for questioning, during a raid. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Secret CIA Toys On Display

CBS News White House Correspondent Bill Plante gets a rare peak at the private CIA museum where retired spy equipment is sent.

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Talking To Homebound Troops

The 101st Airborne Division is heading home after spending a year in Iraq. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier talks to some of the troops about what they miss most, and what they're leaving behind.

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Bremer On Iraq Handover

Paul Bremer, the civilian administrator of Iraq, is interviewed by The Early Show's Harry Smith about the lengthy process of democratizing that country.

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'I Survived Iran Quake'

American Adele Freedman survived the devastating earthquake in Iran, but lost her fiance, and tells The Early Show about her ordeal.

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'Without A Trace' Star Talks

Without A Trace' star Enrique Murciano tells The Early Show about his 'hottie' status, supermodel girlfriend Molly Sims, and FBI agent role of Danny Taylor.

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Paul O'Neill Speaks Out

Ex-Treasury Secretary Paul O?Neill speaks out for the first time about the Bush Administration. He reveals to 60 Minutes the President's case for war, tax cuts and relations with his staff.

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