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Friday, August 20, 2004

Kerry's Loyalty Questioned

Group calling itself Swift Boat Veterans for Truth criticizes John Kerry anti-Vietnam war activism in the period following his return from South East Asia.

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Campaign Ad Controversy

Early Show political analyst Craig Crawford spoke about John Kerry's counterattack to a series of commercials that question his war service in Vietnam.

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Oil Industry Worries

Attacks on key oil facilities in Iraq have steadily pushed the price of oil up, despite a slight dip Friday. Pump prices are steady for now, but Randall Pinkston reports they may not stay that way.

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Najaf Standoff Cooling Down?

There are signs of progress in Najaf, after a final warning from Iraq's government that was backed by U.S. firepower. Barry Petersen reports.

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Doctors Aided POW Abuse?

A new indictment in the abuse of Iraqi prisoners alleges that doctors and other medical staff participated in the mistreating of detainees at Abu Ghraib. Tom Fenton reports.

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Mary Jane Clark Books It

Best-selling mystery writer Mary Jane Clark says she would trade away her success to help her son, who suffers from a rare disease. Anthony Mason reports.

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'Without A Trace' Star Chats

'Without A Trace' star Anthony La Paglia talks about his two Emmy award nominations. He plays the head of a crack FBI unit that hunts for missing people.

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Doing Business The eWay

The Early Show's Debbye Turner found a new trend that's changing the lives of working moms. Imagine a job with no commuting, no office politics and no glass ceiling.

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Hurricane Con Jobs

Many Floridians lost their homes and jobs as a result of Hurricane Charley and some have also fallen victim to storm profiteers looking to gain from their loss, Jim Acosta reports.

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