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Thursday, June 17, 2004

More Car Bombs In Iraq

Kimberly Dozier reports on two car bombings in Iraq: the first killed 41 Iraqis; the second killed six Iraqi security officers.

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Officers Shot

Three police officers have been shot to death in Birmingham, Alabama. That information comes from a spokesman for the city's mayor. No audio.

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Panel- Planning New Attack

The Sept. 11 panel is warning that al Qaeda is planning another attack. It also reports it found no link between al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein, CBS News' Brian Andrew reports.

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Clinton Aide On Memoirs

Lanny Davis was White House Special Counsel during the Clinton presidency, and he spoke to The Early Show about the revelations in Mr. Clinton's new book.

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The Clinton World Tour

Former president Bill Clinton is on a promotional blitz to coincide with the release of his memoirs, and John Kerry may benefit from Mr. Clinton's return to the spotlight. Byron Pitts reports.

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Panel- No Saddam/Osama Link

The Sept. 11 panel finds that no evidence links Saddam Hussein with al Qaeda. Also, the original plan was to use 10 planes, not four. CBS News' Jim Stewart reports.

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9/11 Panelist On 10-Plane Plot

Sept. 11 commission member John Lehman spoke to The Early Show about the panel's findings, including details about al Qaeda's original plan to hijack 10 airplanes.

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9/11 Cockpit Tapes Released

The Sept. 11 hearings conclude that missteps by aviation and military officials squandered precious minutes during the attack. Teri Okita reports.

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Bombs Over Bagdad

A rocket exploded in a U.S. Army Base north of Baghdad, killing three soldiers and wounding dozens more. Violence also erupted in the south where insurgents hit Iraq's main oil pipeline.

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Pro-Bush Ad Channels Reagan

A pro-Bush ad, made by the Club For Growth, contrasts Democratic candidate Sen. John Kerry with President Bush and former President Ronald Reagan.

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Oil A Target In Iraq

Assassins and saboteurs struck sharp blows against Iraq's economic life-blood, its oil industry with two days of bombing that halted petroleum exports, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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