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Thursday, July 8, 2004

Enron Big Says No Crime

Indicted ex-Enron chairman Ken Lay surrendered to the FBI in Houston, accepting responsibility for Enron's collapse, but denying he engaged in criminal acts, Anthony Mason reports.

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Enron Victims React

Lee Cowan talks to victims of the Enron fraud scandal who lost their jobs and their pensions. Some want ex-boss Ken Lay to pay them back out-of-pocket.

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Warning Of Imminent Attack

The Secretary of Homeland Security warns that violence is looming. Tom Ridge suspects that future attacks are aimed at disrupting the Democratic process. Scott Rapoport reports.

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Gov't Case Against Lay

Enron's former chairman and CEO Kenneth Lay faces charges for his role in what the government says was a wide-ranging scheme to deceive the public and company shareholders, Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Ridge- Qaeda's Up To No Good

Homeland Security director Tom Ridge warned that al Qaeda may be planning an attack to interfere with the November presidential election in an effort to 'disrupt our democratic process.'

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More On The Kerry-Edwards Clan

Early Show Political Contributor and columnist Craig Crawford spoke to Harry Smith about the role of the candidates' families in the Democratic presidential campaign.

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Meet The Dem Team's Kids

If the first appearance of the Democratic ticket is any indication, the children of John Kerry and John Edwards will play a part in the campaign. The Early Show's Thalia Assuras reports.

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Dems' 'Dream Team' Hits Road

The Democratic 'dream team' of John Kerry and John Edwards hits the campaign trail after facing the first shots in the race. CBS News' Byron Pitts reports.

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U.S.- Marine In Lebanon

U.S. officials say missing Marine Wassef Ali Hassoun may be safe in Lebanon. CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad.

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Heavy Fire In Iraq

Blocks from U.S. headquarters, U.S. and Iraqi forces battled guerillas on a main Baghdad street for over three hours, and the interim prime minister's home came under attack, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Iraqi Gov't Flexes Muscle

The Iraqi government is trying to squelch violence reaped by insurgents. In the latest battle the government claims at least four people were killed. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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New Measures In Iraq

Iraq's new government has new legal authority that could lead to martial law, after an attack near the prime minister?s home. CBS News? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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