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Tuesday, May 4, 2004

3,000 Honor Pat Tillman

In San Jose, Calif., 3,000 people attended a memorial service for NFL player-turned-Army Ranger Pat Tillman, killed in action in Afghanistan. John Blackstone reports.

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Hamill Thanks U.S. Public

Thomas Hamill is thanking the American public for their support while he was held hostage in Iraq. He is now at a U.S. military hospital in Germany. CBS News? Mark Phillips reports.

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Army Doctor On Hostage

Maj. Kerry Jepsen, one of the doctors treating escaped Iraq hostage Thomas Hamill, spoke to The Early Show about Hamill's injuries and condition.

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Crimes Of War

War Crimes Expert Gary Solis discusses the allegations of abuse by U.S. military guards at an Iraqi prison with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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POW Abuse Probe

The military called the abuse of Iraqi POWs the "misdeeds of a few," but investigators are now trying to determine how many people knew what was happening at the prison, David Martin reports.

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Fallujah Power Struggle

U.S. Marines are preparing to hand over command of the Iraqi city of Fallujah, but Allen Pizzey reports the military is now wondering whether they've picked the right replacement.

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Rene Syler Honors Her Mom

In a weeklong series, Early Show anchors pay tribute to people who changed their lives. Today, Rene Syler pays homage to her mother, who returned to the military for her family's sake.

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