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Thursday, April 22, 2004

Congress Doomsday Bill

The House passed a bill to set up speedy special elections in the event that 100 or more of its members are killed in a massive terrorist attack, Bob Orr reports.

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Heroes Come Home

Members of the Army division that captured Saddam Hussein came home to Ft. Hood, Texas after nearly a year of duty in Iraq, but 79 of their GIs were killed, Bob McNamara reports.

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Kerry Recalls Anti-War Past

Jim Stewart interviews Sen. John Kerry about his public demonstrations against the Vietnam War, and whether -- looking back -- he'd have done anything differently on tonight's Inside Story.

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Iraq War Exceeds Budget

National security adviser Condoleezza Rice delivered an "upbeat report" on the progress of the Iraq war in a closed-door session with lawmakers. Stacy Case Reports.

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Saddam Captors Go Home

The Army division that captured Saddam Hussein returned home to Fort Hood, Texas, to a hero's welcome. CBS News' Bob McNamara reports on the reception.

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Kerry Faces Tough Questions

Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry faces tough questions on his military service. He gives CBS News? Jim Stewart some answers.

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Iraq War Is Expensive

The cost of the war in Iraq is over budget by more than $4 billion, the Pentagon says. This comes after the bloodiest month yet since the war began, CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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The Draft Returning?

Wyatt Andrews has the Inside Story on why some members of Congress are talking about bringing back the draft to come up with more U.S. troops for Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Lawmakers Demand Answers

In hearings on Capitol Hill, lawmakers continue to demand answers from the administration on everything from allies pulling out of Iraq to the increasing cost of the mission. Stacy Case reports.

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A True Military Family

Paul and Marilyn Johnson currently have four sons and one son-in-law on active duty in the Middle East. They spoke to The Early Show about their family's pride, as well as their fears.

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