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Friday, July 16, 2004

Cheney- I'm In It To Win It

Dick Cheney says he's ready for four more years, but that hasn't stopped the buzz around the vice president, with some wondering if he might be dropped from the ticket. Bill Plante reports.

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VP Campaign Popularity

While a candidate's running mate choice doesn't usually sway voters, the 2004 Bush-Kerry election is set to be such a close race, all eyes are on Dick Cheney and John Edwards, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Intel Errors

David Martin has the Inside Story on new evidence that shows analysts tried, and failed, to correct some errors in U.S intelligence preceding the Iraq war, before the errors were made public.

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Nevada Official On Wildfire

Steve Robinson, of the Nevada Governor's Office on Natural Resources, spoke to The Early Show about the explosive wildfire that has burned at least a dozen homes and forced evacuations.

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Nuclear Security Breach

A security breach has halted all classified work at a New Mexico nuclear weapons lab as officials search for missing computer disks holding atomic arms secrets, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Kerry Woos NAACP

Health care, jobs, and fully funding education reform were among the themes as Sen. John Kerry did what President Bush refused to do: address the NAACP. Byron Pitts reports.

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Cheney's Future Uncertain?

Bill Plante has the Inside Story on rampant rumors that Vice President Dick Cheney's spot on the 2004 Republican ticket may be in jeopardy.

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