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Saturday, January 17, 2004

Anybody's Race In Iowa

Six Democratic presidential candidates are crisscrossing Iowa in hopes of gaining last-minute support in the caucuses. CBS News Correspondent Byron Pitts reports on the tight contest.

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Iowa's PR Politics

It's the weekend before the Iowa caucuses, and the Democratic presidential candidates are using last-minute public relations maneuvers to try and win over the state. CBS News' Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Big Retail Is Watching

Retailers were given a sneak peek at the store of the future, and CBS News Correspondent Serena Altschul looks into the tiny computer chips that could reveal more about you than you care to be known.

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Hubble Shown The Door

The shuffling of space priorities has claimed an early casualty ? the Hubble telescope. CBS News' Tony Guida reports on the reaction to NASA giving up on the spacecraft that revolutionized astronomy.

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Gephardt Confident In Iowa

Sen. Richard Gephardt, one of the four Democrats eyeing a first-place finish in the Iowa caucuses, talks to The Early Show about his campaign and platform.

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Dispute Over Iraq Handover

A Shiite cleric and his many supporters are protesting a U.S. plan to hand power to an interim Iraqi government, prompting U.S. officials to seek help from the United Nations, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Iowa Up For Grabs

Veteran political correspondent Bob Schieffer says the Democratic nomination for president is still up for grabs, as many Iowa voters are still undecided on a candidate.

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