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Friday, April 2, 2004

Transportation Under Alert

The FBI and homeland security have issued alerts that terrorists may go after bus and rail lines in U.S. cities. The warnings come three weeks after Spain?s deadly train attacks. Teri Okita reports.

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Friends Of Killed Civilian

Michael Teague was one of the Americans brutally murdered in Fallujah. Two of his friends, Sgt. John Ratliff and Brian Stewart, spoke to The Early Show about what Teague was like.

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9/11 Panel's Poll Impact

A CBS News poll shows that a majority of Americans think that President Bush is hiding some information about the 9/11 attacks, but his overall ratings remain solid. Bill Plante reports.

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No Remorse In Fallujah

The U.S. military said it will track down and punish the Iraqis who murdered and mutilated American contractors, but across Iraq there has been more anti-American sentiment. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Iraq Calls For More Attacks

Religious leaders in Fallujah condemned the mutilation of four U.S. civilian contractors, but did not condemn the actual killings and said attacks would continue, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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From Politics To 'Normal'

Former President Bush adviser Karen Hughes quit high-pressure politics to spend more time with her family. She spoke to The Early Show about her new memoir, '10 Minutes From Normal.'

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Tough Questions For Rice

John Roberts reports a key question facing Condoleezza Rice when she testifies before the Sept. 11 commission is whether the White House saw al Qaeda as an urgent U.S. threat.

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Story Of Killed Civilians

Jim Axelrod reports the four civilian contractors killed in a brutal Fallujah ambush were employees of Blackwater Security, and were well-trained and highly paid to go to dangerous places.

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