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Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Arnold's Collateral Damage

California Democrats are demanding an apology from Gov. Schwarzenegger, who referred to some lawmakers as 'girlie men.' Jerry Bowen reports on the political fall-out.

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Seniors Called To War

U.S. armed forces around the world are stretched so thin, the military has resorted to drastic measures to fill ranks: calling upon senior retirees to go to Iraq, Lee Cowan reports.

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Seeking A Living Wage

The federal minimum wage has been stuck at $5.15 an hour for seven years. Richard Schlesinger looks at where President Bush and Sen. John Kerry stand on raising it.

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Will 'Girlie Men' Hurt Arnold?

For reaction to Governor Schwarzenegger's comments about California lawmakers, The Early Show spoke to Sacramento Bee political columnist Dan Walters.

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Push To Improve Intelligence

The Sept. 11 panel's final report is due out Thursday, but President Bush already faces pressure to improve the system. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Comment From London

Up to The Minute Contributor Ed Boyle chimes in on the Butler Report on British intelligence failures before the Iraq war.

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News Analysis

CBS News Military and Intelligence Consultant Col. Mitch Mitchell (Ret.) discusses the findings of the September 11th Commission with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Prince Talks War & Music

The Early Show?s Rene Syler sat and talked with Prince about the war in Iraq, politics and of course, music. He is on tour for his latest album ?Musicology.?

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Iraq Police Station Bombed

As Iraqi police waited for assignments, a fuel tanker raced toward their police station and exploded. Several were killed and at least 50 wounded. Brian Andrews reports.

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Obesity Treatment Covered?

Health Sec. Tommy Thompson spoke to The Early Show about a potential reclassification of obesity as a disease. That would provide Medicare and Medicaid recipients with coverage.

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Nader & The GOP

Ralph Nader's presidential campaign is getting help from unexpected sources: Republicans working to get the liberal candidate on state ballots to draw votes away from John Kerry, Jim Axelrod reports.

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