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Thursday, June 3, 2004

Bush Says Ciao Roma!

President Bush arrived in Rome, the first stop on a European tour aimed at bolstering international friendships battered by bitterness over the Iraq war, Bill Plante reports.

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Swingtown, U.S.A.

Support for President Bush is starting to fray around the edges in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, where voters say events in Iraq have put them on the fence, Jim Axelrod reports.

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OPEC To Boost Production

Soaring gas prices have been draining the pocketbooks of many Americans. To try and offset the hikes, OPEC has pledged to raise oil production starting July 1, as Teri Okita reports.

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Tenet Quits, Stuns D.C.

CIA Director George Tenet, who weathered storms over intelligence lapses about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, has resigned. Jennifer Miller reports from Washington.

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CIA Director Tenet Quits

George Tenet, the CIA director often criticized for faulty pre-war Iraq intelligence, has resigned. President Bush called Tenet's service 'superb,' CBS News' Bob Schieffer reports.

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Gas Prices Creating Headaches

An OPEC production increase may impact gas prices in the U.S., where record-high fuel costs are causing retailers all kinds of trouble. Early Show Correspondent Thalia Assuras reports.

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Will More Oil Help Prices?

All eyes are on the meeting of OPEC's oil ministers, as they discuss whether to boost production. But more output won't necessarily curb the fuel price surge, Mark Phillips reports.

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Iraq Chaos Endangers Election

The U.N. envoy to Iraq says the new Iraqi administration must work fast to control violence in Iraq or the chaos will endanger upcoming elections, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Kerry 'Optimists' Ad

A new Kerry campaign, called "Optimists," outlines the senator's plan to make the nation "stronger at home."

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Flap Over Enron Tapes

Angry lawmakers were quick to call for action after hearing audiotapes of Enron traders bragging about manipulating the West Coast energy market, Vince Gonzales reports.

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