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Friday, March 12, 2004

Bush Advisor On Kerry Ads

Republican strategist Mary Matalin spoke with The Early Show about President Bush's new attack ads on Sen. John Kerry, and whether they've come too early in the campaign.

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A Family's Grief

Jim Axelrod speaks with the family of the first woman helicopter pilot killed in Iraq.

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Bush's Negative Ads

The Bush campaign unleashed its first negative campaign ads. Bill Plante reports on why the White House is taking to the offensive so early in the campaign.

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South Korea Parliament Brawl

South Korea's parliament passed an unprecendent bill to impeach President Roh Moo-hyun for violating election laws. Roh's supporters did not take the news kindly.

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Killed Civilian Knew Of Risks

Fern Holland, a U.S. civilian, was killed in Iraq while working to help the Iraqi people. Holland's brother, James, and her friend Stephen Rodolf spoke with The Early Show.

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Spain's Shockwaves Felt Here

CBS News consultant Randy Larsen spoke with The Early Show about what repercussions the terrorist attack in Spain have on security in the U.S.

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Mafia Turncoat

Mafia turncoat "Big Ron" Previte sits down with Steve Kroft in his first-ever television interview to talk about life as an FBI informer and cooperating witness.

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Hubble Telescope

Just as it reveals the deepest part of space ever seen, the Hubble space telescope's future is in jeopardy. Ed Bradley reports.

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Al Qaeda Behind Bombs?

Spanish authorities are investigating an unauthenticated e-mail in which al Qaeda claimed responsibility for bombs that ripped apart three trains, Richard Roth reports.

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