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Wednesday, May 26, 2004

N. Korea Misunderstood?

Dan Rather has the Inside Story on the personal envoy of U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan who says there is progress in ending the nuclear threat from North Korea.

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Summer Terror Alert

According to Attorney General John Ashcroft, the U.S. has credible evidence that al Qaeda operatives are planning to attack within the country over the coming summer months. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Ashcroft?s Summer Warning

Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Chief Robert Mueller announced plans to put more focus on terror suspects that military intelligence says are planning an attack on America this summer.

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Medicare Card Confusion

Beginning next week, Medicare recipients can start using new prescription drug discount cards - all 73 of them. Early Show financial advisor Ray Martin helps sort out the confusion.

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Tom Ridge On Terror Alert

Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge spoke to The Early Show about the report that terrorists are planning a major attack on the U.S. this summer.

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Summer Terror Alert

U.S. officials say new intelligence is pointing to a major terrorist attack this summer, and the terrorists may already be in this country. Early Show Correspondent Thalia Assuras reports.

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Mark Harmon On The 'Navy'

Actor Mark Harmon spoke to The Early Show about working on the hit CBS drama 'Navy NCIS,' which will air its season finale tonight.

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Summer Terror Threat

U.S. officials say they have evidence showing that terrorists are determined to strike America this summer. Stacy Case has more.

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Bush Seeks Backers

President Bush is seeking international support for his newly proposed five-step plan for Iraq, but critics say there's nothing new in his latest proposal, John Roberts reports.

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