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Thursday, July 15, 2004

Candidates On Jobs

Jobs and the economy are much on the minds of voters this election year. Jim Axelrod looks at the Bush and Kerry plans to create jobs for American workers.

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Cheney On VP

Dick Cheney on the Vice Presidency

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Bush Twins Hit The Trail

Now that Barbara and Jenna Bush have graduated from college they've decided to take a more active role in their father's re-election campaign. Bill Plante reports.

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Kerry Courts NAACP

The presidential candidates headed in very different directions today. Mr. Bush is at the White House, and John Kerry is speaking at the yearly NAACP meeting. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Kerry Ad Courts Black Vote

The Kerry-Edwards campaign released an ad hoping to target the African-American vote. The 30-second spot is entitled 'Who is This Man?'

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Foreign Iraq Support Wanes

Kimberly Dozier reports the U.S. is slowly losing foreign support in Iraq as violent suicide bombings and attacks on civilians continue and more coalition members withdraw.

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Ambiguous Hostage Release

A Filipino man held hostage in Iraq may soon be free. However, the discovery of a decapitated body is raising questions about the fate other hostages. Elaine Cobbe reports.

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Blair Off The Hook

A new British report says intelligence used to justify the Iraq war was deeply flawed, but did not aim fault at President Bush or Tony Blair, Mark Phillips reports.

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Iraq Blast, Brit Intel Report

A car bomb killed at least 11 people in Iraq, and the fate of a Filipino hostage remains unknown. A British report says intelligence used to justify the war in Iraq was flawed, Aileen Sirgany reports.

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Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Supporters of a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages conceded in advance they'd lose an attempt to get it passed. But they plan to make it an election year issue. Patty Davis reports.

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