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Friday, May 28, 2004

WWII Memorial To Open

Thousands of World War II veterans are in Washington for the dedication of a new memorial that pays tribute to their service. Early Show Correspondent Thalia Assuras reports.

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GI Killed In Iraq Captivity

Sgt. Donald Walters was reportedly killed in the ambush that injured Jessica Lynch. But an investigation requested by his parents shows he was also a POW. His parents spoke to The Early Show.

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Huge Travel Turnout Expected

Despite surging gas prices and new terrorism warnings, Americans are expected to hit the road this holiday weekend in record numbers. Early Show Correspondent Thalia Assuras reports.

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Al Qaeda's Recruits

How does al Qaeda sign up new soldiers for its cause? CBS News Consultant Jere Van Dyk tells Up To The Minute about the terror network's recruitment tactics.

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Collecting the Vets' Stories

Thousands of WW II veterans -- each with a story to tell -- are gathering in Washington for a last grand reunion at the dedication of a new war memorial, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Qaeda Alert A Shock

Sources say the Justice Department did nothing to put other agencies, including Homeland Security, in the loop before broadcasting photos of seven al Qaeda suspects, Bob Orr reports.

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Qaeda Suspect From Calif.

Bill Whitaker has the Inside Story on California native Adam Yahiye Gadahn, who was named by the FBI as an al Qaeda suspect who may have information on possible summer terror attacks.

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