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Monday, May 24, 2004

Bush's Five Point Plan

Speaking at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pa., President Bush outlined a five-step plan to transfer power to the Iraqis, saying the coalition has ?a clear goal, understood by all.?

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Kerry Campaign Boost

Dismal Bush approval ratings over the Iraq war gave the Kerry campaign reason to smile, but some Kerry critics say he should be more vocal in criticizing the war, Byron Pitts report.

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Bush Ratings All-Time Low

A new CBS News poll shows President Bush's approval ratings are at an all-time low, one reason being a growing idea that the situation in Iraq is out of control, John Roberts reports.

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Bush To Talk Iraq

In just a few hours, President Bush will present the nation with a detailed plan for the future of Iraq. His speech comes amid continuing violence and a prisoner abuse scandal, as Teri Okita reports.

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Tape Alleges U.S. Hit Wedding

A new video has surfaced in an on-going dispute over whether U.S. forces attacked a wedding last week in Iraq. The tape allegedly shows the party moments before the attack, David Hawkins reports.

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Bush To Speak On Iraq

President Bush will deliver a speech tonight about the scheduled power handover in Iraq. This, as a new CBS News poll shows more Americans than ever disapprove of the war. Joie Chen reports.

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Bush Twins To Work For Dad?

As the president's twin daughters Jenna and Barbara graduate college, many wonder how much of a role they will play in their father?s re-election campaign. Bill Plante explains.

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Marine Donates Kidney

First Lt. Jeremy Duncan came home after serving in Iraq for six months and donated a kidney to his friend Jason Tully. They join The Early Show with their surgeon.

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Iraq War Strategy Flawed

Ret. Gen. Anthony Zinni once commanded America's troops in the Middle East. Now, he tells Steve Kroft why he condemns Pentagon officials for planning the war in Iraq.

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Eyeing Florida In Election

Florida?s Gadsden County is sure to be scrutinized in this year?s presidential election, to avoid a re-run of the 2000 election recount. John Roberts reports in this Sunday Cover.

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U.S. Kills Over 30 Militiamen

In Najaf U.S. forces killed more than 30 members of the militia loyal to Shiite leader Moqtada Al Sadr. One U.S. Marine was killed in Fallujah, David Hawkins reports.

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