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Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Terror Lists Effective?

With the war on terror a key campaign issue for presidential hopefuls, candidates are questioning the effectiveness of FBI terrorist watch lists, Jim Stewart reports.

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Kerry's Winning Streak

After winning three more Democratic presidential contests, Senator John Kerry again took aim at President Bush for the number of jobs lost on his watch, Byron Pitts reports.

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Fed- Cut Social Security

In a potential blow to Baby Boomers, Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan urged Congress to cut Social Security benefits for future retirees, John Roberts reports.

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Kerry Fires Back At Bush

In an Early Show interview, Democratic presidential frontrunner John Kerry responds to attacks from President Bush and defends his position on same-sex marriages.

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Bush Urges Gay Marriage Ban

Reaction to the president's call for a Constitutional ban on same-sex marriages has ranged from applause to outrage, CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Haiti Needs Help For Peace

Three weeks of violence has Haiti plunging into chaos, and foreigners are fleeing while they can. Patty Davis reports on how President Bush and France are aiming to stop the turmoil.

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Primary Politics

In a campaign war of words, President Bush accused John Kerry of wavering on debate issues, while Kerry called the president a "walking contradiction," Byron Pitts reports.

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Low Risk Of Mad Cow

Wyatt Andrews has the Inside Story on reports from federal health officials to Congress assuring again there's very little chance consumers of U.S. beef could be infected by mad cow disease.

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Wall St.'s Consumer Gurus

Gail Neufeld is a 43-year-old single mother of two. She's not an economist, nor does she work in finance. But as Richard Schlesinger reports, Wall Street hangs on her every word.

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