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Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Abuse- Who's To Blame?

In a Congressional hearing, the general who investigated the Abu Ghraib prison blamed abuse there on "a failure of leadership," David Martin reports.

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Bush Approval Ratings

Jim Axelrod reports from Allentown, Pa. where many people say they are frustrated with a lack of progress in Iraq, but not enough to vote for John Kerry over George Bush.

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American Beheaded In Iraq

The militant Islamic group responsible for the beheading of an American contractor in Iraq says it committed the brutal act as retaliation for the abuse of Iraqi prisoners. Stacy Case reports.

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A 'Failure In Leadership'

U.S. General Antonio Taguba was on Capitol Hill today to give Congress more of an insight into the Iraqi POW abuse findings. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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A 'Failure Of Leadership'

A ?failure of leadership? and little or no training attributed to the prisoner abuse in Iraq says U.S. General Antonio Taguba. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Bush Still Backs Rumsfeld

President Bush continues to stand behind Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. CBS News? Bill Plante reports.

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Gen. To Testify On Abuse

The Army officer who issued a blistering report on the Iraqi prison abuse will testify on Capitol Hill. CBS News? David Martin reports.

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American Contractor Beheaded

A video from an Islamic militant Web site shows militants preparing to behead American Nick Berg in Iraq, saying it was revenge for U.S. abuse of Iraqi prisoners. The execution is not shown.

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Red Cross Story On Abuse

The U.S. military says it first became aware of prisoner abuse in January and began investigating, but the International Red Cross says it was going on for far longer, Mark Phillips reports.

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Radical Cleric's Office Bombed

In the latest move to hunt down radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, U.S. military helicopters and tanks leveled his suburban Baghdad office killing 35 of his militiamen, Jim Acosta reports.

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Phony College Diplomas

Vince Gonzales reports on an increasing number of people who are earning phony degrees from shady Internet sources, and reveals some top federal officials who have bogus diplomas on their resumes.

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