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Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Cheney Out, McCain In?

Vice President Dick Cheney, long a darling of staunch Republicans, has lately found himself under attack by some who want him off the Bush election ticket, Cynthia Bowers reports.

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McCain, Biden On Handover

Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Joe Biden (D-Del.) spoke to The Early Show about next week's power handover in Iraq, and if the nation can handle that shift right now.

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Death Threat For Iraq PM

An Internet message from terrorist Abu al-Zarqawi sent death threats to Americans and U.S. ally incoming Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Deal On N. Korean Nukes

The White House offered North Korea energy support, including much-needed power plant fuel, if it agrees to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, John Roberts reports.

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More Women Terrorists

Elizabeth Palmer has the Inside Story on the changing face of terrorism as more women commit violent acts, most notably suicide bombings.

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An Outsourcing Flop

Anthony Mason talks to a businessman who outsourced a portion of his California company to India to cut costs, but ran into unexpected obstacles overseas.

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Attacks And Threats In Iraq

One week before the U.S. relinquishes control in Iraq, insurgents are making the transition difficult. Two soldiers were killed, and the country's interim leader was threatened. Teri Okita reports.

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Clinton Book A Blockbuster

Former President Bill Clinton continues his book tour in New York after a blockbuster 100,000 copies were sold on the opening day. CBS News? Jim Axelrod reports.

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Militants Threaten Iraqi P.M.

Islamic militants purportedly threaten to assassinate Iraq's interim prime minister, Iyad Allawi. CBS News? Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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S. Korean Hostage Beheaded

Another hostage was beheaded by militants, this time in Iraq where a South Korean contractor met that fate. Iraq's government says the troublemakers come from outside Iraq, Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Terror Report Revised

After criticism for an inaccurate report that cited a decrease in global terror, the State Department released a dramatically revised report saying terror increased last year, Bob Orr reports.

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South Korean Beheaded

Militants have decapitated the South Korean man seen pleading for his life on videotape. He was beheaded after South Korea reaffirmed its plans to send troops into Iraq. Charlie D?Agata has more.

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