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Monday, April 12, 2004

Iraq Ready For Autonomy?

Allen Pizzey reports whatever the outcome of current fighting in Iraq, recent events make clear the U.S.-trained Iraqi security forces are neither ready nor able to take command.

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Senators Debate 9/11, War

Senators Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Tex.) joined The Early Show to talk about the Sept. 11 hearings and the war in Iraq.

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More Troops Needed?

After months of insisting he has all the forces he needs, the top U.S. military leader in Iraq now says he needs at least 10,000 more troops for the indefinite future, David Martin reports.

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FBI On Defense

Jim Stewart has the Inside Story on testimony from Condoleezza Rice and Richard Clarke that said the FBI should have seen 9/11 coming, and how the FBI will respond.

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Dangerous Internet Drugs

Ordering prescription drugs over the Internet is so easy, a child can do it and get just about any drug, even dangerous narcotics. Jim Acosta reports on a Calif. teen who paid a high price.

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Town Prays For Hostage

Mark Strassmann reports from the Mississippi hometown of Thomas Hamill, a civilian contractor taken hostage in Iraq. Friends and neighbors are praying for his safety.

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9/11 Widow On Investigation

Patty Casazza lost her husband, John, in the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center. She spoke to The Early Show about her belief that the Bush administration could have done more.

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Bush's Memo Defense

President Bush is defending himself against critics who say that the release of the August 2001 presidential briefing shows that the administration dropped the ball on terrorism. Bill Plante reports.

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Town Prays For Iraq Hostage

The status of American contractor Thomas Hamill, kidnapped in Iraq, remains a mystery. Back in Mississippi, his family and friends are praying for a safe return. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Bodies Pile Up In Fallujah

Each side has blamed the other for cracks in the Fallujah cease-fire, but negotiations toward calming the violence continue. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Memo Raises New Questions

A day after the historic release of the presidential daily briefing of August 2001, President Bush faced new questions about his actions prior to the attack on America. Joie Chen reports.

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Bush Spends Easter With GIs

At an Easter service with soldiers, President Bush stood firmly behind his military strategy in Iraq. CBS News' Mark Knoller has more on the President's morale-boosting effort.

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Kerry's Church Controversy

Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry made a point of receiving Easter communion, and as CBS News' Serena Altschul reports, it ressurected an old controversy.

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