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Tuesday, March 30, 2004

9/11 Commission Statement

Two members of the 9/11 Commission announced that the White House has given permission for National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice to testify to the commission in public, under oath.

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Condi Rice To Possibly Testify

The White House is considering a deal to have National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice publicly testify to the 9/11 commission. The Early Show?s Thalia Assuras reports.

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8 Terror Suspects Arrested

Eight suspected terrorists were arrested in Britain with large amounts of bomb making material, CBS News? Richard Roth reports.

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Cohen On Abortion Battle

CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen discusses the late-term abortion cases with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Interview With Sgt. Mejia

Correspondent Dan Rather talks to AWOL Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia about abandoning his Iraq unit.

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Rice On Al Qaeda, War

An excerpt of National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice's 60 Minutes interview with Ed Bradley: She defends the White House's pre-9/11 stance on al Qaeda as well as the war on terror.

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Condi To Go Public?

After waves of negative response to its decision to keep Condoleezza Rice from testifying publicly before the 9/11 panel, the White House may change its mind, John Roberts reports.

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Presidential Privilege

George W. Bush is staunchly defending his presidential right to talk to whom he wants and keep it secret. Wyatt Andrews reports on other presidents' use of "executive privilege."

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