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Thursday, January 29, 2004

Al Qaeda And Iraq

U.S. officials say they have evidence to link a top al Qaeda operative to at least three terrorist attacks in Iraq, proving al Qaeda is trying to establish a foothold there, David Martin reports.

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Soldier Suicide Crisis?

Since the start of the Iraq war, 519 U.S. troops have died in the line of duty, but the Pentagon is under fire for downplaying the fact that some soldiers are committing suicide, Bob McNamara reports.

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Ex-Weapons Hunter- Bad Intel

The U.S. official in charge of finding forbidden weapons in Iraq has told Congress that there are none, CBS News' Bill Plante reports on The Early Show.

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Rice- WMD Picture Still Hazy

National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice responds on The Early Show to ex-Iraq weapons hunter David Kay's claims that Saddam Hussein probably did not have weapons of mass destruction.

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Dean Sacks Campaign Boss

As the Democratic candidates prepared for Tuesday's primaries, Howard Dean shook up his struggling campaign by firing his campaign manager and hiring a former Al Gore aide. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Kay- Saddam Had No Weapons

A former chief U.S. inspector believes the failure to turn up weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has exposed weaknesses in U.S. intelligence gathering, Teri Okita reports.

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Kay- We Were Wrong, Probably

Testifying in front of a Senate committee, former top U.S. weapons inspector David Kay said that it is unlikely that Iraq had stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction.

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Dean Satisfied With Second

Howard Dean talks to The Early Show about his second place finish at the New Hampshire primary and what it means for his campaign. Gov. Dean also talks about his wife's effect on the race.

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