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Thursday, April 1, 2004

U.S. Hunts Fallujah Killers

Military chiefs believe they know who is responsible for a gruesome ambush that killed four U.S. contractors in Iraq, and they intend to "whack them," as one said, David Martin reports.

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Fallujah Fallout

U.S. officials in Iraq vowed those behind the grisly killings and mutilations of four American contract workers in Fallujah "would not go unpunished," Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Attacks Continue In Fallujah

A U.S. military convoy was attacked Thursday injuring several U.S. troops, and the four American bodies dragged through Fallujah a day prior, are in U.S. possession. Elizabeth Sanchez reports.

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More Attacks In Iraq

Another attack near Fallujah following the brutal murder and mutilation of four U.S. civilians. CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Ford Unveils U.S.-Made Hybrid

Ford has an all-American answer to rising gas prices: a new hybrid SUV that gets about 40 miles per gallon and low-to-no emissions, Bob Orr reports.

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Bush Learns Of 9/11 Attacks

President Bush learns of the attacks on the World Trade Center, as aide Andrew Card whispers to him at a Florida school. Watch clips of his reaction.

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McCain On Iraq Attacks

Sen. John McCain spoke to The Early Show about the recent attacks on Americans in Iraq, including Wednesday's bloody mob scene in Fallujah.

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Rooney On The Written Word

60 Minutes' Andy Rooney on Richard Clarke and the politics of writing books.

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Jacko Teams With Congress

Michael Jackson was on Capitol Hill focusing his star power on AIDS in Africa. He faces a pre-trial hearing in California Friday on child molestation charges. Thalia Assuras reports.

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How To Avoid An Audit

The government says it is auditing more tax returns than ever before. Early Show financial advisor Ray Martin has some tips on how to avoid being an IRS target.

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Jacko On Capitol Hill

As a California grand jury heard testimony on child molestation allegations, Michael Jackson was in Washington, receiving an AIDS award and meeting with members of Congress. Teri Okita reports.

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How Safe Are Our Trains?

Rail systems are among the softest targets in Europe and America. Experts explore how safe are our trains from future terrorist attacks and whether anything can be done to make them safer.

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