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Tuesday, April 27, 2004

Terror In Damascus

Four people were killed in Damascus as "unidentified terrorists" clashed with Syrian police in the diplomatic quarter of the city, Mark Phillips reports.

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Fierce Fighting In Fallujah

A new round of fighting has erupted in the Iraqi city of Fallujah. A steady stream of explosions and gunfire rocked a northern area of the city for about 30 minutes. Lisa Barron reports.

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Fighting Throughout Iraq

U.S. troops are engaged in heavy fighting in the holy city of Najaf, Fallujah and in Baghdad, CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Bush Before 9/11 Panel

President Bush and VP Cheney will soon make a joint appearance before the Sept. 11 commission. John Roberts has insight on how the session will proceed.

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High Court On Cheney

In Supreme Court arguments over records from VP Cheney's energy task force, the White House said it has a right to private advice, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Welcome To 'Swingtown'

Jim Axelrod visits Allentown, Pa., a city that's a microcosm of America in most every way ? including how it votes in presidential elections.

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Soldier Sisters

After losing a sister and fellow soldier in Iraq, Rachel and Charity Witmer decided not to return to their unit in Iraq. They will be reassigned to other duties. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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GI Sisters Won?t Go Back

Two Wisconsin sisters have decided not to rejoin their National Guard units in Iraq. Rachel and Charity Witmer were considering their options their sister died in Baghdad. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Rumsfeld, Myers Talk Iraq

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and General Richard Myers answer questions of on-going violence in Iraq's holy city Najaf, and throughout the country in Fallujah and Baghdad.

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Troops Fight Rebels In Najaf

U.S. troops engaged in another bloody battle with guerillas near Najaf, but relative calm has prevailed in Fallujah - for now. Teri Okita reports.

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Cheney, Kerry's War Of Words

In the political campaign, Vice President Dick Cheney and Senator John Kerry are fighting their own war of words. CBS News? Byron Pitts reports from Ohio.

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Fighting In Fallujah

Explosions rocked Fallujah after dark and large plumes of smoke rose into the air as fighting erupted for the second straight night.

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Comment From London

Simon Bates comments on the small family tragedies that add up to the overwhelming real cost of war.

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'African American Lives'

Historian and literary scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. talks about his largest-ever collection of thousands of biographies in ?African American Lives.?

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Estee Lauder Dies At 97

Makeup mogul Estee Lauder has died at age 97. Buyers of Clinique, Aramis or Origins also bought part of her American dream, CBS News' Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Health Care Prayer

A new survey shows that faith and prayer are key parts of health care for one-third of Americans. Elizabeth Kaledin reports on what most doctors don't consider when treating patients.

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3 U.S. GIs Killed

At least three more U.S. troops were killed -- two Army soldiers in an explosion in Baghdad, and a Marine in a cease-fire breach in the hot-spot city of Fallujah, Allen Pizzey reports.

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