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Friday, August 6, 2004

Terror Suspect In Court

A terror suspect wanted in the U.S. appeared in a London court for allegedly raising funds for the Taliban, and evidence shows he may have had a contact in the U.S. Navy, David Martin reports.

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Kerry, Bush Diverge On Jobs

A new report on employment had John Kerry criticizing a consistent loss of jobs under Bush, but had the president describing the economy as forward-moving, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Job Outlook Gloomy

Worries over rising oil prices and terror threats paired with a dismal report on the unemployment rate shook the markets and sent the Dow plunging, Anthony Mason reports.

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Terror Suspect Crackdowns

Around the globe, authorities capture more than two-dozen terror suspects, but President Bush warns America is still on alert.

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Assessing The War On Terror

After all the arrests and alerts the question on many Americans' minds is 'Are we any closer to winning the war on terror?' Terrorism export Brian Jenkins responded on The Early Show.

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Al Qaeda Big Busted

Abu Eisa al Hindi, believed to be the top al Qaeda agent in Britain and the suspected director of surveillance of targets in the U.S., has been arrested. David Martin reports.

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Bloody Battle In Iraq

In the bloodiest battle Iraq has seen in months, there were more than a dozen U.S. casualties and an estimated 300 followers of the radical cleric al-Sadr killed, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Whistleblower Of U.S. Abuse

Case against U.S. soldier Lynndie England focuses on sergeant who tipped investigators about abuse by colleagues on Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison. CBS News? Stacy Case reports.

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Violence In Iraqi Cities

Iraqi coalition forces battle militiamen loyal to radical Shiite cleric in several Iraqi cities. CBS News? Elaine Cobbe reports from Baghdad.

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Bush At Unity Conference

President George W. Bush reached out to a gathering of journalists of color in Washington, D.C. He spoke before the Unity Conference, a convention for Black, Latino, and Asian journalists.

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Al Franken On DNC, Bush

Comedian and commentator Al Franken's book, 'Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them,' is out now in paperback, and the loquacious liberal dropped by The Early Show to talk politics.

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Kerry Team, McCain Slam Ad

A controversial political ad showing Vietnam veterans doubting John Kerry's military service record has the Kerry campaign, as well as Sen. John McCain, outraged. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Missouri Message To Kerry

Jim Axelrod has the Inside Story on how a vote to ban same-sex marriage in Missouri could have implications for John Kerry's presidential campaign.

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Candidates On Immigration

Bill Whitaker reports on the positions taken by George W. Bush and John Kerry on U.S. immigration laws that could affect millions of people on both sides of the border.

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Al Qaeda Big Nabbed

The al Qaeda operative who U.S. officials suspect wrote the terror plot surveillance reports targeting U.S. financial institutions was captured in a British raid, David Martin reports.

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