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Monday, March 15, 2004

Jobs Sent Overseas

Anthony Mason has the Inside Story on the increasing -- and maybe irreversible -- trend of companies outsourcing jobs to cheaper work forces overseas.

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Hubble's Future Dim

NASA may shut down the Hubble telescope, which means dark days for its staff -- and for artists whom it inspires, Richard Schlesinger reports.

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White House On Spain

The attacks in Spain have added fuel to the already raging political debate in the U.S. over the war on terror, CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Spain's Bush Backlash

Spain elected a new socialist leader and quickly followed celebrations with a threat to withdraw Spanish troops from Iraq, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Al Qaeda Tie To Madrid Bombs

A U.S. official says a link between the deadly Madrid train bombings and al Qaeda is certain, but whether the group is solely to blame is unknown, Jim Stewart reports.

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Spain To Recall Troops In Iraq

The new Spanish government may recall troops in Iraq, as Spaniards continue mourning the dead after attacks that killed more than 200 people. CBS News? Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Spain Anger Over Terror

The ruling party in Spain was voted out in a wave of anger over terrorist bombings and Spain?s support of the war in Iraq. CBS? Allen Pizzey reports.

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New Plans To Catch Osama

U.S. forces in Afghanistan have launched a new campaign to catch terror leader Osama bin Laden and other al Qaeda members, CBS News? Lara Logan reports.

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U.S. Transit On Alert

Could it happen here? After the Madrid bombings, many rail and transit riders are worried, but Homeland Security official Asa Hutchinson tells The Early Show the government is ready.

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Wounded In Iraq- Their Stories

After one year of war with Iraq, 564 Americans were killed with more than 3,200 U.S. personnel wounded. CBS' Randall Pinkston takes a closer look into the lives of those injured.

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Policy Battle For Hubble

The once ailing Hubble Space Telescope offers a glimpse of time and space which astronomers had previously only dreamed about.

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Iraq War- One Year Later

Families of fallen soldiers react to events of the past year in Iraq, as the administration stands behind its decision to go to war. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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