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Tuesday, August 24, 2004

Fired For 'Joke' E-mails

Not only can your company monitor your e-mail, but they can fire you for what they find. Meet two women who lost their jobs for sending notes they considered jokes. Susan McGinnis has more.

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Debate Over Kerry's Service

Author John O'Neill and documentary director Paul Alexander debate John Kerry?s service during the Vietnam War ? a campaign focal point now in the headlines.

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Campaign Attack Ads

John Roberts has the Inside Story on the new attack dogs of American politics -- the "527" committees behind campaign slam ads like those bashing Kerry's war record.

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More Rebel Clashes In Iraq

Insurgent attacks from rebels loyal to Muqtada al-Sadr continued to flare up in Iraq, and Barry Petersen reports the U.S. has plans for more attacks against the radical cleric.

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Gitmo Terror Trials

A Pentagon-appointed panel has begun proceedings against four foreign nationals with alleged al Qaeda ties and charged with conspiracy to commit war crimes, Mark Strassmann reports.

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Freed American Wants To Stay

A kidnapped U.S. journalist threatened with execution was set free by Iraqi militants. He announces that he wants to continue his work in Iraq. Fighting continues in Najaf, Barry Petersen reports.

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Bush Slams Attack Ads

President Bush criticized political attack ads against Sen. John Kerry's Vietnam War record. The ads seem to have had a negative effect on Kerry's support among veterans, reports Byron Pitts.

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Dismantling The CIA?

John Roberts reports on the reaction to a suggestion by a key GOP senator that the CIA be broken up into three separate agencies.

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