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Friday, June 4, 2004

Iraq's Foreign Minister

Iraq's Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari discusses the transfer of sovereignty, security inside Iraq and embattled politician Ahmad Chalabi on CBS News Up To The Minute

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D-Day Remembered

Dan Rather talks to a WWII veteran as he recalls storming the beaches of Normandy 60 years after the event and compares that conflict to the one in Iraq.

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Election May Depend On Jobs

Factory jobs in Canton, Ohio are scarce despite national growth, causing Bush supporters to waver. Jim Axelrod reports no Republican has ever won the White House without winning Ohio.

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Bush Protestors In Rome

President Bush was greeted by protests and the Pope in Rome, the first stop on a European tour to mend foreign relations strained because of the Iraq war, John Roberts reports.

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5 GIs Killed In Iraq

Assailants attacked a U.S. vehicle in Baghdad, killing five soldiers and wounding five others, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Stem Cell Research Debate

Roman Reed, a young man paralyzed in a football accident, hopes advances in stem cell research will help him walk again, but the studies remain controversial, Bill Whitaker reports.

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Online News Feeds

Up To The Minute Computer Consultant John Quain explains the plusses and minuses of the Internet technology known as "RSS" to CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott

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Why Did Tenet Resign?

Though President Bush and George Tenet both say the CIA chief's sudden resignation was for personal reasons, some on the Hill suspect he was pushed out, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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