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Friday, May 21, 2004

Bush Holds GOP Pep Rally

President Bush headed up to Capitol Hill for the first time in a year to talk to Congressional Republicans, seen as an effort to rally the party's troops. Bill Plante reports.

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New Abuse Details Emerge

The Pentagon says it is investigating at least 33 cases of prisoner death, eight more than first stated, and the first video of abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison has emerged, David Martin reports.

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U.S. Intel Passed To Iran?

Intelligence officers told Lesley Stahl information allegedly passed to Iran by Ahmad Chalabi is so sensitive, disclosing the details would put U.S. security at risk.

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Kerry's Campaign Cash

For the first time in 172 years of presidential nominations, Sen. John Kerry is considering delaying acceptance of his nomination in order to raise more money, Byron Pitts reports.

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Politics Boundary Breached

Bob Schieffer has the Inside Story on an outbreak of negative partisan warfare on Capitol Hill in which the Senate's Republican leader is actively campaigning against the Democratic leader.

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Martha Witness Charged

One of the government?s witnesses against Martha Stewart in her recent trial has himself been charged with perjury. Drew Levinson has the latest.

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Gator Takes Bite Out Of Car

Carolyn Christian grabbed her video camera after spotting a seven-foot alligator under her car. The feisty gator wasn't going away quietly.

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Iraq Jail Boss Breaks Silence

Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski was in charge of the Abu Ghraib prison when the abuse of Iraqi POWs took place. She's the highest-ranking officer disciplined, and she spoke with The Early Show.

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Disaster Film Makes Waves

A new sci-fi film, in which global warming causes a tidal wave to crash over New York City, has fired up political battles over environmental policy, Jerry Bowen reports.

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Gas Prices Climbing

As gas and oil prices continue to climb, there are increased fears the fuel price inflation could put the brakes on overall economic recovery, Anthony Mason has the Inside Story.

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Bush Support Wavering?

President Bush is in a perilous position with poll numbers sinking to the danger zone as voters become increasingly upset with a lack of progress in Iraq, John Roberts reports.

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