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Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Tenet Backs CIA In Hearings

The 9/11 panel continues to question judgment lapses and miscommunication, as CIA Chief George Tenet said the Bush White House was aware of al Qaeda's urgent threat. CBS News' Teri Okita reports.

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White House On Defense

The White House denied ex-counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke's claims the Bush administration ignored terrorist threats and accused him of using the claims to promote his book, Bill Plante reports.

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Clarke's 9/11 Apology

Former counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke opened his testimony to the 9/11 commission saying "your government failed you" to the victims of the terror attacks, Jim Stewart reports.

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Madrid In Mourning

Royalty, world leaders and every day Spaniards today paid their final respects to the 190 people killed in last week?s terrorist train bombing. Allen Pizzey Reports.

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9/11 Commission Allegations

For a second day, the 9/11 Commission grilled top government officials from the Bush and Clinton administrations on security and intelligence lapses. Teri Okita reports.

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Mars Beachfront Property

One of the Mars rovers has found evidence that it is now on what was once the shore of a sea, which means Mars may have once had a habitable environment. CBS News? Vince Gonzales reports.

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9/11 Panel Spreads Blame

The Bush and Clinton administrations are being questioned by a federal commission about what they did to stop Al Qaeda leading up to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Teri Okita reports from Washington.

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Assassination Aftermath

The militant group Hamas chose a new leader after Israel's assassination of a popular sheikh. Israel says all Hamas leaders are now on its hit list, David Hawkins reports.

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Iraq Enraged

Protestors across Iraq were furious over Israel's assassination of a top religious leader of the militant group Hamas, calling the U.S. and Israel one and the same, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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