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Monday, May 10, 2004

Civil Rights Murder Reopened

The Justice Department is reopening the probe into the 1955 murder of black teen Emmett Till, whose killers were never convicted. The case spurred early civil rights protests, Bob McNamara reports.

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Bush Backs Rumsfeld

President Bush backed Donald Rumsfeld at the Pentagon amid the Iraqi POW abuse scandal. Top Democrats and newspapers have called for Rumsfeld's departure.

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Bush Backs Rumsfeld

President Bush is standing by Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld stating that the nation owes Cheney a debt of 'gratitude.'

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Bush Backs Rumsfeld

President Bush backed Donald Rumsfeld at the Pentagon amid the Iraqi POW abuse scandal. Top Democrats and newspapers have called for Rumsfeld's departure.

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Thomas Hamill, Home At Last

U.S. contractor Thomas Hamill is back in his hometown, after being abducted in Iraq. The Early Show?s Tracy Smith has more.

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Sens. Biden, Hagel On Rumsfeld

Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) and Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE) question whether Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld should keep his job in the wake of the POW abuse scandal.

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Kimmitt On Court-Martial

Why will the first court-martial in the POW abuse case be held in Iraq? The Early Show?s Harry Smith finds out from top U.S. General Mark Kimmitt.

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1st Court-Martial Set- May 19

The first court-martial in the POW case begins May 19 in Iraq. Spc. Jeremy Sivits is accused of taking widely publicized pictures, CBS News? Jim Acosta reports.

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Rumsfeld To Brief Bush

President Bush will be briefed at the Pentagon by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, as new shocking pictures surface in the Iraq POW abuse case. CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Nancy Reagan On Stem Cells

Nancy Reagan made a moving plea for expanded stem cell research at a dinner in her honor. CBS News' Vince Gonzalez reports.

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G.I. To Face Court-Martial

The first court martial in the POW abuse case starts with 24-year-old Army specialist Jeremy Sivits.

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Rumsfeld, Myers' Jobs On Line

Influential military publications will call for the resignations of both Donald Rumsfeld and Gen. Richard Myers. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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