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Tuesday, February 3, 2004

Edwards Win Projected In S.C.

Sen. John Edwards was the winner in South Carolina, keeping his hopes alive to claim the Democratic presidential nomination, as Byron Pitts reports.

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Senate Ricin Scare

A Senate building was evacuated and dozens of government workers underwent decontamination after the toxic powder ricin was found on the premises, Bob Orr reports.

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The Man To Beat Bush

Jim Axelrod reports, voters are still looking for the man best suited to beat George Bush, and for the first time Democratic contenders competed in different regions on the same day.

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Voters Eye Economy

Bob Schieffer reports, Democrats from South Carolina to Arizona who went to the polls today had one thing in common -- they were all worried about the economy.

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Star Witness Rats On Martha

Anthony Mason has the Inside Story on testimony from the government's star witness in the Martha Stewart trial, who says she got a stock tip before dumping ImClone shares.

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Ricin Confirmed

Tests have confirmed that the deadly poison ricin was sent thorough the mail to U.S. Senator Bill Frist. CBS?s Jennifer Donealn reports so far it doesn?t appear that anyone has become sickened.

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Ricin Scare- Tests Continue

Awaiting test results on white powder believed to be ricin, found in the Senate, authorities remain to close three buildings. No one is hurt, Jennifer Donelan reports.

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How Toxic Is Ricin?

Authorities are in full gear on Capitol Hill in the midst of a ricin scare. Dr. Sean Kenniff explains ricin?s toxicity but stresses that symptoms are not contagious.

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Ricin Scare In Senate

Three Senate office buildings will be closed Tuesday after an apparent bioterror scare of ricin, The Early Show's Thalia Assuras reports.

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Iraq Attacks On Tape

A new group is claiming responsibility for attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq, and Allen Pizzey reports exclusive video obtained by CBS News seems to back up the claim.

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Khan's Legacy

CBS News Analyst on Afghanistan and Pakistan Jere Van Dyk discusses the life of Abdul Qadeer Khan with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Saddam or Jacko?

Larry King reveals to Correspondent Mike Wallace why he thinks Michael Jackson would be a better guest on his CNN show, "Larry King Live," than Saddam Hussein.

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Student's Killer On Death Row

In fall 1992, Mary Kate Gach learned that her daughter, a 21-year-old college student, was brutally murdered. Her serial killed now awaits execution as The Early Show's Thalia Assuras has more.

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Flight Safety Assessed

New concerns about possible terror attacks from international flights headed to the U.S. raise concerns, as security consultant Randy Larsen explains.

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New Flight Frights

Fear of an al Qaeda attack on an airliner coming to or flying within the U.S. prompted several new flight cancellations, and more threats may be soon coming, Bob Orr reports.

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