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Monday, August 9, 2004

Al-Sadr To Army- No Deal

U.S. forces continue fighting Shiite militiamen in Najaf, as cease-fire talks between the military and radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr broke down. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Feds- Terror Averted, For Now

Authorities say that al Qaeda was looking at multiple ways to attack the U.S. before the presidential election, but recent alerts and arrests have curbed those plans. Joie Chen reports.

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Candidates Spar On Iraq

With fresh bursts of violence in Iraq, John Kerry criticized President Bush for rushing to war without a plan for peace, while the president attacked Kerry for flip-flopping, Jim Axelrod reports.

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New Bush/Cheney Ad

This Bush/Cheney ad encourages people to go out and purchase a portion of America. By owning a property the President believes that individuals claim a vital stake in the future of the country.

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Arizona- Cacti And Campaigning

Sen. Kerry and President Bush are making campaign swings through Arizona, once a politically forgotten dot on the map but now an important battleground state. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Al-Sadr's Uprising Spreads

The militant leader of Iraq's Shiite Muslim militia fighters vowed a battle to the death against U.S. forces. The violence shut down Iraq's main oil terminal, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Unrest In Iraq

Militiamen loyal to a Shiite cleric are ignoring the government?s orders to lay down their arms as resistance continues. And, as Teri Okita reports, there?s also tension in Iraq?s political arena.

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Blackout 2003- Improvements?

A year after a major blackout left 50 million people in the dark, proposals for fixing the power grid seem stalled in Congress and may be in jeopardy. Anthony Mason reports.

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W.H. Claims Terror Thwarts

The White House claimed that a series of arrests may have stopped a possible al Qaeda plot. But the raising of alert level came under sharp criticism from British allies, Joie Chen reports.

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Warrant For Chalabi

An Iraqi judge issued an arrest warrant for Ahmad Chalabi, a former member or Iraq's governing council and a key source of intelligence to the Pentagon. Kimberly Dozier has more.

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