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Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Kidnappers Give Deadline

An al Qaeda-linked terrorist group threatens to kill U.S. contractor Paul Johnson unless the Saudi government meets its demands. CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports.

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No Saddam-Osama Link

The 9/11 commission denied any collaborative relationship between Saddam and Osama bin Laden, one of the president's last surviving justifications for war in Iraq, John Roberts reports.

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Secret Iraqi Prisoner

At the CIA's request, Donald Rumsfeld directed military chiefs to imprison an admitted terrorist without reporting him to the International Red Cross, David Martin reports.

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Incriminating Enron Tapes

Vince Gonzales has more incriminating taped evidence of Enron traders gloating over the way they manipulated energy shortages to maximize profits.

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Clinton On Monica Affair

Dan Rather asked Bill Clinton the tough question about his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky: Why? "For the worst possible reason. Just because I could," said Mr. Clinton.

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No Osama-Hussein Connection

The 9-11 commission has revealed that Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein were never partners, even though the Bush administration used that allegation as one reason to go to war. Stacey Case reports.

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N.J. Hostage's Family Awaits

The family of U.S. contractor Paul Johnson, held hostage by al Qaeda terrorists, continues to await word at their New Jersey home, reports CBS News? Jim Acosta.

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Bush Decides Saddam's Fate

President Bush said he will hand over Saddam Hussein to the new Iraqi government for trial, but only after he is convinced the country is secure, John Roberts reports.

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Seeing Inflation Effects

Consumers are feeling the effects of high food and gas prices, but economists say a closer look at the numbers shows inflation has actually been tame, Richard Schlesinger reports.

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Money Buys Short Lines

Bob Orr has the Inside Story on a new government plan that allows some airline travelers to buy access to a faster security line, skirting increased post-9/11 safety measures.

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