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Saturday, April 24, 2004

Rangers' Role In Afghanistan

The death of former NFL star Pat Tillman in Afghanistan has focused new attention on the role of the Rangers ? one of the army's most elite units. Randall Pinkston reports on the premier troops.

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Libya Sanctions Eased

The White House eased economic sanctions against Libya as payback for Tripoli's abandonment of their nuclear weapons program. But Libya is still seen as a terrorist-aiding state, Mark Knoller reports.

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Rockets Hit US Base; 5 Killed

Five U.S. troops were killed in a rocket ambush north of Baghdad, and other violent attacks have taken the lives of many Iraqi civilians. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Kerry Backs Abortion Rights

Amid protest from the Catholic church of which he is a member, John Kerry pledged his support for a woman's right to abortion at a rally with women's rights groups in Washington, Bill Plante reports.

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Cardinals Owner On Tillman

Arizona Cardinals owner Bill Bidwill and starting center Pete Kendall spoke to reporters about the news that former player Pat Tillman, who left the NFL to join the Army, was killed in Afghanistan.

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Divorcees Get Political

A Texas woman is running for a congressional seat against a familiar face: her ex-husband. CBS News' Joie Chen reports on the very-personal political battle.

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