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Wednesday, March 31, 2004

White House Wants Last Word

John Roberts reports the White House may want the last word in the Richard Clarke 9/11 panel uproar, but the CIA and FBI will testify again after Condoleezza Rice.

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9/11 Panel Chairman Talks

Thomas Kean, former governor of New Jersey and currently chair of the 9/11 commission, spoke to The Early Show about the panel's progress and the controversy surrounding Condoleezza Rice.

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Americans Killed In Iraq

Both American soldiers and civilians were killed in Iraq Wednesday, CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Mob Horror In Iraq

Four American contractors were killed in Fallujah, where a crowd dragged and hanged their bodies. Separately, a bomb killed five U.S. soldiers. Kimberly Dozier reports. GRAPHIC IMAGES.

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Dangerous Assignment

Spurred by the continued U.S. job slump, many U.S. civilian contractors went to Iraq seeking work; it has cost some their lives. Bob McNamara reports.

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Afghan Plea For Funds

The U.S. sent more troops to Afghanistan, but the nation's leader also wants $28 billion to combat the opium trade and root out dangerous warlords. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Britain's Terror Sweep

Eight men were arrested in a massive anti-terror sweep around London that hit 24 locations, netting a half a ton of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, a key ingredient in explosives, Richard Roth reports.

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Taxes & Gas Pains

President Bush trumpeted free trade and lower taxes in the battleground state of Wisconsin, while rival John Kerry hit San Diego to unveil his gasoline price reduction ideas, Jerry Bowen reports.

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Bush- Rice Will Testify

President Bush announced that he will allow National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice to testify publicly before an independent panel investigating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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