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Friday, February 6, 2004

Moscow Subway Bombing

Dozens were killed and more than 100 injured in Moscow when a powerful terrorist bomb exploded on a packed rush-hour subway train, Mark Phillips reports.

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Terror Attack In Moscow

An apparent suicide bomb exploded on a Moscow subway, killing at least 30 and injuring dozens more. CBS News Correspondent Beth Knobel reports on the terror attack.

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Still Not Enough Jobs

The U.S. economy is growing, but it's still not creating enough jobs according to official government figures that estimate unemployment at 5.6 percent for January, Anthony Mason reports.

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Factory Flight Axes Jobs

Cynthia Bowers reports from a small Michigan town where 2,700 people will soon lose their jobs when a refrigerator factory moves to Mexico, a big issue in the upcoming Democratic primary.

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McCain Joins WMD Panel

John Roberts reports Sen. John McCain will be a member of a commission appointed to investigate faulty WMDs intelligence, with the White House hoping for his support.

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Justice & VP Too Chummy?

Some legal experts say Justice Scalia crossed an ethical line by flying with VP Dick Cheney to go duck hunting when Cheney has a case pending before the Supreme Court, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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CIA Chief Defends Iraq Case

CIA Director George Tenet defends pre-war intelligence as his analysts say they never suggested that Saddam Hussein was an ?imminent threat.? CBS News? Teri Okita reports.

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