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Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Edwards On Terrorism

Promising to rebuild international alliances and secure WMDs, Edwards came down strong against Al Qaeda saying, ?We will destroy you.?

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Edwards Bashes Republicans

John Edwards characterized the Bush campaign as ?old, hateful, and negative,? asking the American people to embrace the ?politics of hope.?

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Edwards On Kerry

John Edwards highlighted John Kerry?s military service saying, ?John is a man who knows the difference between what is right and what is wrong.?

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General Stands With Kerry

Bolstering Kerry?s standing as a war hero, Gen. John Shalikashvili praised Kerry?s leadership capabilities and bravery in combat. Saying that Kerry knows ?a commander?s responsibility to his troops.?

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Sharpton Electrifies Dems

The Rev. Al Sharpton gave a passionate speech to the Democratic convention, condemning the war in Iraq as flawed and bashing the Bush administration for squandering international goodwill after 9/11.

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Kerry's Big Splash

John Kerry returned to his hometown to accept the Democratic presidential nomination in fine fashion aboard a boat blaring his favorite Springsteen song, "No Surrender," Byron Pitts reports.

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Dems Tackle Security

In addition to spotlighting a John Edwards speech, Democrats are focused on national security and have planned an unprecedented show of military muscle at the convention, John Roberts reports.

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Poison Baby Food

The FBI is investigating two cases involving Gerber baby food after authorities revealed small amounts of the poison ricin were found in some of the jars, Sandra Hughes reports.

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Kerry Arrives In Boston

John Kerry arrives in Boston for the Democratic National Convention but it's his running mate, John Edwards, who will command the podium tonight. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Michael Reagan Vs. Brother

Plenty of people were shocked when Ron Reagan, Jr., son of a Republican icon, spoke at the Democratic convention. Michael Reagan rebutted his brother on The Early Show.

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Dems Roar For Heinz Kerry

In her big night at the Democratic convention, Teresa Heinz Kerry cited a woman's right to speak her mind ? a privilege she did not have growing up. Cynthia Bowers has more from the convention.

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Reporters, 12, Chase DNC Scoop

A couple of young reporters are in Boston covering the Democratic convention for 'Time For Kids' magazine. Avery Stone and Lily Wasserman, both 12, spoke to The Early Show about the honor.

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The Edwards Women Chat

Sen. John Edwards' wife Elizabeth and their oldest daughter, Cate, spoke to The Early Show about the Democratic convention and life on the campaign trail.

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MTV Winner Speaks At DNC

Michael Negron describes his chance to address delegates at the Democratic convention, after winning the MTV 'Choose or Lose' essay contest. He is joined by MTV News? Suchin Pak.

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Kabbalah's Celebrity Lure

Kabbalah, a religion turned pop culture for A-list celebrities, is getting a lot of attention. The Early Show?s Laurie Hibberd has the story.

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Harry's First Gig

The Early Show kicked off a special series that looks back at the anchors' first jobs with a trip to Harry Smith's old farm. It looks a little different now.

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