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Wednesday, February 4, 2004

Senate Ricin Mystery Continues

Senators are going back to work, though three buildings remained off-limits, after the toxic powder ricin was found on Capitol Hill, Bob Orr reports.

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Kidnapping On Tape

The FBI is working with NASA to enhance surveillance camera video that might lead authorities to a missing Florida girl whose apparent kidnapping was caught on tape, Bob McNamara reports.

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Kerry Wins In 5 States

John Kerry racked up five wins in Democratic presidential contests Tuesday night, but he wasn't the only winner. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.

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Edwards Still Has Hope

Sen. John Edwards kept his campaign alive by winning the Democratic primary in South Carolina, and he feels he can still win the nomination. He spoke with The Early Show's Harry Smith.

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Dan Rather's Kerry Interview

After winning the Democratic primaries in five of seven states, Sen. John Kerry spoke with CBS News' Dan Rather about what's next for his campaign.

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Mass. Affirms Gay Marriage

A Massachusetts court has ruled only equal marriage rights for gay couples are constitutional, meaning same-sex marriage licenses will be available by May, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Bush v. Kerry On Military

Mark Strassmann has the Inside Story on what a face-off on military defense issues might look like between George Bush and John Kerry, men with very different service records.

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Kerry Wins Five Of Seven

Chalk up more victories for democratic presidential front-runner John Kerry. So far he?s won five of the seven states up for grabs while John Edwards took South Carolina, as Drew Levinson reports.

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Lieberman Drops Out

After failing to win any of the seven Democratic primary contests, Sen. Joe Lieberman ended his presidential bid Tuesday night with a speech from his headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.

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Edwards Talks Victory

Sen. John Edwards of South Carolina took a victory lap from his campaign headquarters there after winning the state's Democratic primary, defeating Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts.

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