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Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Administration Defends War

Top Bush administration officials are on the defensive over Bob Woodward?s book about the Iraq war. CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Kerry Ad- 'Commitment'

Kerry ad entitled 'commitment,' featuring the senator listing his main campaign platforms.

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Kerry Ad- 'Risk'

'Risk,' a John Kerry campaign ad featuring the senator talking about his plan for Iraq.

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Coalition Safety Worries

Safety is a growing concern for coalition forces that joined the U.S. in Iraq as violence continues there, and many nations are pulling out or refusing to lend troops, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Saudi Terror Blast

A week after the U.S. cited terrorist threats and warned Americans to leave Saudi Arabia, two car bombs exploded in Riyadh, killing at least nine and wounding 125, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Attacks In Two Iraq Cities

Suicide bomb blasts in the Iraqi city of Basra killed at least 68 people, and a Fallujah cease-fire fell apart when insurgents attacked U.S. Marines, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Explosion Rocks Saudi Capital

Explosions rocked the Saudi Arabian capital, severely damaging the administrative headquarters of Saudi security days after a U.S. warning of possible terror attacks. (No audio, video only.)

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Basra Blasts Kill Dozens

Suicide bombers in Basra killed dozens of people and U.S. Marines came under heavy fighting in Fallujah. CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad.

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Is Voting All In Your Head?

Researchers in California think they have found a fundamental difference between Democrats and Republicans: the way their brains work. CBS News' Vince Gonzales reports.

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Internet Prepared

Researcher Paul Watson tells CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott that months of secret work on the flaw he discovered has lessened the threat of a serious Internet outage.

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U.S. Strikes Fallujah Deal

It appears a cease-fire is holding in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, CBS News? Allen Pizzey reports.

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U.S. Civilians Leaving Iraq

After three bodies were identified as those of missing American contractors, other U.S. civilians who took jobs in Iraq are having second thoughts about staying, Bob McNamara reports.

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Mortar Bombing In Iraq

Despite the fragile cease fires held in Fallujah and Najef, 18 mortar rounds hit a coalition detention center, killing at least 20 people in Baghdad. Lisa Barron reports.

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