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Saturday, February 28, 2004

Bush's Approval Numbers Dip

A CBS News poll puts President Bush's approval rating below 50% for the first time. Randall Pinkston reports that the poll also has other promising numbers for the president?s Democratic challengers.

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Iran Says U.S. Has Osama

Iran state radio claimed that U.S. forces in Afghanistan have already captured Osama bin Laden, but are waiting to announce it in order to help President Bush get re-elected. Dan Raviv has more.

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Gay Marriages Continue

In San Francisco, more than 3,000 gay marriages have been performed and continue, while the California Attorney General is seeking a state Supreme Court ruling against them. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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9/11 Panel Gets More Time

An intense political battle in Congress ended when the House Speaker granted the independent commission probing the Sept. 11 attacks a two-month extension, Bill Plante reports.

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Rosie Gets Hitched

Rosie O'Donnell joined the gay wedding march in San Francisco by swapping vows with longtime girlfriend Kelli Carpenter. She also had some strong words for President Bush, John Blackstone reports.

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