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Friday, June 18, 2004

Words Of Mass Confusion

From the president down, the Bush administration is engaged in a dispute over whether there was credible evidence of a cooperative relationship between Saddam and al Qaeda, Bill Plante reports.

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Clinton 'In The Doghouse'

The AP got a copy of Bill Clinton's new book, reports Dan Rather, and in it he says he slept on the couch for two months after telling Hillary Clinton about his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

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U.S. Hostage Beheaded

The deadline came and went and American hostage Paul Johnson has been killed by al Qaeda militants. The terrorists released graphic photos to back up their claim, as Teri Okita reports.

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U.S. Hostage Reported Killed

The al Qaeda group that kidnapped Paul Johnson has said that they have executed their hostage. The group posted graphic photos of Johnson's body online, Teri Okita reports.

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No Word Yet On Hostage's Fate

The Saudi government has refused to cater to the demands of the terrorists holding American Paul Johnson, and now Johnson's hometown is praying for his safety. Jim Acosta reports.

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Who Will Be Kerry's VP?

Byron Pitts has the Inside Story on the question Democratic presidential contender John Kerry just can't seem to dodge: who will he choose as a running mate?

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Time Short For U.S. Hostage

In Saudi Arabia, the clock is ticking on a murder threat against American Paul Johnson, taken hostage by suspected al Qaeda terrorists, Sheila MacVicar reports.

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CIA Employee Charged

A civilian interrogator who worked for the CIA in Afghanistan was indicted today on federal charges of fatally beating a prisoner, David Martin reports.

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