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Thursday, February 12, 2004

Janet Act Sparks Congress

Janet Jackson's risque Super Bowl performance has sparked a Congressional investigation of indecency on TV. The Early Show's Thalia Assuras reports.

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Bush's G.I. Service Eyed

The White House shared dental files as further proof of the president's military service, but an old letter suggests his records were purged to hide an embarrassing past, John Roberts reports.

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Gay Marriage Debate

Cheryl Jacques of Human Rights Campaign and Rev. Jerry Falwell have strong opposing opinions on gay marriage. They debated the issue on The Early Show.

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Nuclear Insecurity

Even after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, security is inadequate at some of the facilities that house America's nuclear weapons and the deadly material used to make them. Ed Bradley reports.

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60- Mark Cuban

Steve Kroft profiles billionaire computer, internet and sports entrepreneur Mark Cuban.

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News Analysis

CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk discusses President Bush's plan for nuclear proliferation with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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No Cease In Iraq Violence

Insurgents killed two GIs and attacked a convoy carrying a top U.S. general, providing a violent backdrop to negotiations over Iraq's political future, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Suicide Bombs Blast Iraqis

A suicide bomber killed 47 people outside a Baghdad army-recruiting center after 53 died in a bombing at a police station a day earlier, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Bomb Threats In Afghanistan

NATO peacekeepers say suicide bomb threats are growing in Afghanistan, where terrorists are plotting attacks to support al Qaeda and Taliban guerrillas, Lara Logan reports.

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Gay Marriage Debate

Massachusetts legislators met to discuss whether to annul or proceed with the state's gay marriage laws as raucous protests took place outside the state capitol building, John Roberts reports.

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