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Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Bush Firm On Handoff Date

President Bush reaffirmed the June 30 target date for handing off governing responsibility to Iraq, saying "Iraqis do not support an indefinite occupation, and neither does America."

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Ashcroft Blames Clinton

After the Sept. 11 panel criticized the FBI's anti-terrorism efforts, John Ashcroft pinned the blame on the Clinton administration for leaving the U.S. vulnerable to attack, Jim Stewart reports.

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Bush Talks To The Public

In an unusual move, the president will talk to the American people on primetime TV to give an update on Iraq. Pollsters say he could either boost or hurt his campaign, John Roberts reports.

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FBI Grilled On 9/11

The commission investigating the 9/11 attacks finds the FBI failed miserably in handling terrorist threats, as Teri Okita reports.

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Ashcroft Points To Clinton Era

Attorney General John Ashcroft spoke to the 9/11 commission where he blamed the Clinton administration for leaving the U.S. vulnerable to terrorist attack, saying our government had ?blinded itself.?

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FBI Gets Grilled On 9/11

According to the 9/11 commission, the FBI failed to identify and pursue terrorist threats to the U.S. FBI officials past and present are testifying in front of the panel, Teri Okita reports.

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Troop Rescue Reunion

It's the first anniversary of the dramatic rescue of seven American POWs who were held in Iraq for nearly a month. Two of those soldiers, Shoshana Johnson and Ron Young, joined The Early Show.

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Iraq Ambush Survivors Talk

After surviving an attack on their convoy in Iraq, civilian truck drivers Stacy Clark and Stephen Herring are back in Texas and spoke to The Early Show about what they went through.

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9/11 Panel Heads On FBI

The 9/11 commission's chairman and vice-chair, Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton, spoke to The Early Show about the FBI's turn in front of the panel - and a possible restructuring of the Bureau.

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Bush To Answer Back

President Bush will hold a press conference tonight to address controversial topics like the scheduled Iraq power handover and the pre-9/11 terror report he received. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Iraq Kidnappings Spread

A number of foreigners are missing in Iraq, thought to be kidnapped by insurgents, and two U.S. soldiers may be among them. CBS News Correspondent Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Bush On Clarke Apology

CBS Correspondent John Roberts questioned President Bush about former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke?s apology for 9/11 and whether he is prepared to give a similar apology.

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FBI Revamped

After Sept. 11, the FBI switched focus from domestic surveillance to gather intelligence to block future terror attacks. But the 9/11 panel is questioning its capability, Bob Orr reports.

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Fallujah Fighting

Allen Pizzey reports Iraqi negotiators are trying to extend a ceasefire in Fallujah, following a night firefight that left one U.S. Marine dead and six wounded.

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Extended Stay In Iraq?

Kimberly Dozier has the Inside Story on how U.S. troops have reacted to the news that they may be asked to stay in Iraq longer. Some are disappointed, but also are determined to see the job through.

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The Art Of The Lunchbox

The Smithsonian Institution has a new exhibit that's perfect for anyone who ever tried to trade their tuna fish for some PB&J. The Early Show's Dave Price checked out the lunchbox collection.

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Warding Off 'Energy Vampires'

Author Judith Orloff has written a book called 'Positive Energy,' aimed at people who are always trying to fight off exhaustion. She spoke to The Early Show about her strategies.

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Increasing Medical Literacy

A new report found that billions of dollars in health care costs could be saved if people better understood the information they got from doctors. The Early Show's Dr. Emily Senay explains.

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Hostages In Iraq

Militants released some civilian hostages in Iraq, but the fate of others is still unknown as the U.S. and allies continue to reject calls for a withdrawal of troops, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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