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Friday, March 26, 2004

Candidates Eye Economy

President Bush and Democratic rival John Kerry both trumpeted their plans for the economy on the campaign trail, pushing their ideas to create new jobs and trading jabs, Byron Pitts reports.

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WMDs- No Laughing Matter?

Lee Cowan has the Inside Story on a presidential joke gone awry. Not everyone thought it was so funny when President Bush poked fun at his own failed attempt to locate the elusive Iraqi WMDs.

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Economy Hot Topic

The economy seemed to be the hottest topic of debate in the campaigns as Kerry revealed his plan to create new jobs while Bush publicized his economic successes as president. Teri Okita reports.

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Dems Dine For Kerry

In a crowning moment for Sen. John Kerry, Democratic leaders gathered in Washington to unite behind their presidential candidate. The Early Show's Harry Smith reports.

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Afghan Warlords

There is new evidence the Afghan army may be gaining ground against the warlords who have dominated the country for centuries, Tom Fenton reports.

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U.S. GIs Killed In Iraq

A bomb killed a U.S. soldier and a gunfight took another life, as military commanders worried that bloodshed might increase as the date for the U.S. power handover nears, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Osama No. 2 On Tape

A recording purportedly made by al Qaeda's second in command, Ayman al-Zawahri, calls Pakistan's president a traitor and urges an uprising against his government, David Martin reports.

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No. 2 Al Qaeda Leader Talks

Arab news channel Al-Jazeera released audio purported to be from Ayman al-Zawahri, the Number 2 al Qaeda leader said to be surrounded in a mountainous region of Pakistan. Scott Rapoport reports.

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