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Tuesday, August 3, 2004

Abu Ghraib Hearings

Mark Strassmann has the Inside Story on the military hearing of Lynndie England, the Army private shown in several prison abuse photos from Abu Ghraib, who says the photos were "just for fun."

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Paying College Tuition

Rising tuition prices are putting the dream of a college education beyond the reach of many Americans. Sandra Hughes reports on how President Bush and Sen. John Kerry plan to fix that.

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Freedom-Security Balance

The nation?s capitol is in an uproar after the latest terror alert. While tourists say they can live with ramped-up security, city officials aren?t so sure. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Lynndie Abuse Hearing Begins

Private Lynndie England is at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where a military hearing has begun to determine whether England should be court-martialed. Stacy Case reports.

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Ridge On Decision To Alarm

Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge tells why older al Qaeda information warranted the recent terrorism warnings.

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Interior Sec. On Lady Liberty

The Statue of Liberty reopens to the public today for the first time since the Sept. 11 attacks. Interior Secretary Gale Norton spoke to The Early Show from Ellis Island.

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Terror Threats Don't Deter NY

The latest terror threat prompted a noticeable security crackdown in New York, but business as usual. CBS News? Kelly Cobiella has reaction.

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Natalie Portman's 'State'

Natalie Portman took a break from the effects-laden 'Star Wars' series to shoot a low-budget comedy about life and love in New Jersey. She spoke to The Early Show about 'Garden State.'

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U.S. Terror Warning

Heavily armed and armored police and federal agents spread out over New York, Washington and Newark, N.J. after buildings there were named as specific terror targets, Bob Orr reports.

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Source Of Terror Intel?

U.S. officials learned of al Qaeda preparations for another attack on U.S. soil after accessing documents from the computer of a terror operative recently nabbed in Pakistan, David Martin reports.

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