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Thursday, March 18, 2004

Osama's No. 2 Cornered?

Pakistani forces are engaged in a fierce battle with al Qaeda fighters and say they believe they have al Qaeda No. 2 man Ayman al-Zawahri cornered, Lara Logan reports.

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Who Is Al-Zawahri?

David Martin reports on the terrorist history of al Qaeda's number two man, Ayman al-Zawahri, and how he landed on the FBI's most-wanted list.

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Osama?s No. 2 Surrounded?

Pakistan says their troops may have Osama Bin Laden?s right hand man surrounded in the southern part of the country. Chris Lawrence reports.

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Bush On War- A Right Thing

Today, the president pitched to soldiers in Kentucky and wants to convince Americans that the war in Iraq was the right thing. Teri Okita reports.

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Bloody Iraq Anniversary

Reaction to huge car bomb that destroyed a five-story hotel in Baghdad as new attacks dot map in Iraq, CBS? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Scalia Stays On Cheney Case

Supreme Justice Antonin Scalia says he will stay on a case involving VP Dick Cheney despite criticism because the two are friends and vacationed together, Jim Stewart reports.

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Condoleezza Talks Terror

John Roberts talks with National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, and was there when she first got the news of the possible capture of al Qaeda's number two man, al-Zawahri.

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Kerry Carves Idaho Slopes

Democratic presidential contender John Kerry took a break from his campaign schedule for a vacation snowboarding at Sun Valley in Ketchum, Idaho. Cameras caught up with him as he carved the slopes.

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Bush Welcomes Troops Home

President Bush thanked over 20,000 troops who recently returned to the United States from Iraq. In his speech, he defends his decision to go to war.

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Iraq Cities Brace For More

Iraq cities are on high alert and bracing for more violence, as the anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq approaches. CBS News? Charlie D?Agata reports.

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Camera Catches Baghdad Bomb

A member of Iraq's Governing Council was being interviewed when the bomb that destroyed a Baghdad hotel exploded.

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White House Defends War

The Bush Administration says the Baghdad hotel bombing will not stop its important work in Iraq, even as national security became a major campaign issue. CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Rooney On Marriage

60 Minutes' Andy Rooney has some advice on how President Bush can help save the troubled institution of marriage.

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Angelina Jolie 'Taking Lives'

Actress Angelina Jolie talks about her new thriller 'Taking Lives,' where she plays an FBI profiler on the trail of a serial killer. She co-stars with Ethan Hawke and Kiefer Sutherland.

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Testing U.S. Strength

The White House stood its ground against the latest act of terror in Iraq - lashing out against what VP Cheney called a desperate attempt to shake the U.S. will, John Roberts reports.

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Kerry Under Fire

After Baghdad's deadly hotel blast, VP Dick Cheney dropped a tough blow on John Kerry, ridiculing his voting record on defense and security issues, Bill Plante reports.

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