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Friday, March 19, 2004

Bush Gives Speech On War

President Bush gave a national address from the White House to mark the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war. In his speech, he highlighted what he believes to be the war's positives.

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War Still Divides

Americans are still deeply divided about the war in Iraq. The Early Show's Melinda Murphy traveled to Ohio to get the views of two families with personal connections to the war.

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Powell's Surprise Iraq Visit

The Iraq war began exactly one year ago. To mark the occasion, Sec. of State Colin Powell made a surprise visit to the troops. Kimberly Dozier reports on the anniversary and what's changed in Iraq.

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Rice- We're Making Progress

On the anniversary of the beginning of the war in Iraq, Condoleezza Rice spoke with The Early Show about the successes and hardships of the U.S.'s mission.

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Bush Pushes War On Terror

A year after President Bush ordered U.S. forces to begin attacks on Iraq, no WMDs have been found and Bush's latest speech focused more on a general war on terror than Iraq, Bill Plante reports.

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Iraq War Anniversary

Sec. of State Colin Powell made a surprise stop in Baghdad, meeting with U.S. officials and Iraqi leaders and praising American troops for a job well done, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Al Qaeda No. 2 Cornered?

Pakistani soldiers are still battling hundreds of al Qaeda fighters, where they say the terror groups' number two man is hiding out, Lara Logan reports.

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Future Of Al Qaeda

Jim Stewart reports fighting in Pakistan to capture an allegedly cornered top al Qaeda terrorist raises questions about how the group's structure would change if he were caught.

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Iraq- Then And Now

In the latest Inside Story, David Martin looks at the situation in Iraq and has new insights on U.S. military intelligence, and the ground war there now as compared to one year ago.

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Richard Clarke

Former terrorism advisor Richard Clarke also tells Stahl that the president isn't doing the best job fighting terrorism.

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Qaeda Leader Trapped?

Pakistan claims that their troops have surrounded Ayman al-Zawahri, an al Qaeda leader seen as Osama bin Laden's right hand man. CBS News' Lara Logan reports on the battle along the Afghan border.

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McCain On Iraq, Election

In the wake of the Baghdad hotel bombing, Sen. John McCain spoke with The Early Show about what he sees as shortcomings in the U.S.'s Iraq strategy. He also spoke about a rumored VP run.

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Campaign Mud-Slinging

Why has the presidential campaign mud-slinging begun soon? Congressional Quarterly columnist and Early Show political contributor Craig Crawford has some answers.

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One Year Later- War Widows

Mark Strassmann talks with two war widows whose husbands were killed in Iraq, as they share stories about their lost loved ones and describe how the war has changed their lives.

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