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Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Turning Point In Najaf?

In Iraq there are signs of a turning point in the battle for the holy city of Najaf, Barry Petersen reports from Baghdad.

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Communion Controversy

The Catholic Church invalidated a girl's first Holy Communion because her wafer contained no wheat. The girl suffers a rare disease that makes eating wheat very risky, Elizabeth Kaledin reports.

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Return Of The Draft?

With troops over-extended in Iraq, Congress is discussing two bills that could bring back the draft, and all men and women 18-26 would be included, Jim Stewart reports.

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Governor's Sex Scandal

The N.J. Gov. McGreevey's sex scandal with a male former aide has shone a spotlight on the increasing number of sexual harassment suits filed by men against men, Byron Pitts reports.

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Halliburton Fraud Probe

The Iraq contractor Halliburton has been dogged by fraud accusations, and now documents obtained by CBS News show it overcharged for soldiers' laundry by $1 million a month, Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Many Fla. Jobs Wiped Out

Four days after Hurricane Charley, pink slips are abundant in Florida's flattened towns. Jim Acosta reports 120,000 people have filed for unemployment.

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