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Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Al-Sistani Calls For Peace

The aides of Iraq's most powerful Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali Husseini al-Sistani, are calling for an end to fierce fighting between U.S. forces and militants in Najaf. Barry Petersen reports.

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Swift Boat Ads Sink GOP Atty

A Bush election lawyer quit the campaign after revealing he also advised a veterans group running anti-Kerry ads. John Roberts reports on the continuing swift boat controversy.

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Innocent Plea At Gitmo Hearing

In the second day of war tribunal hearings at Guantanamo Naval Base, an Australian man accused of war crimes pleaded innocent, reports Mark Strassmann.

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Gay Issues Rock GOP Platform

Dick Cheney's moderate words on same-sex unions have thrown a wrench into GOP platform planners, who took a hardline not only on gay marriage, but any same-sex unions, reports Bill Plante.

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'We Are Prepared'

With the Republican national convention now five days away, federal, state and city leaders are front and center, talking security. Kelly Cobiella has the latest from New York City.

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Abuse Blame Goes Higher

A new report released today by the Pentagon shows that military intelligence and its commanders played a part in the Abu Ghraib abuse. Correspondent Stacy Case reports from Washington.

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Counselor Murders Probed

Police in Sonoma County, Calif., are questioning a 'person of interest' in the murders of two Christian camp counselors, Hattie Kauffman reports and the parents of one victim discuss the case.

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Cheney On Same-Sex Marriage

Vice President Dick Cheney is breaking with President Bush on the issue of same sex marriage, CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Prison Abuse Called Sadism

The former defense secretary called the abuse at Abu Ghraib "purposeless sadism" and a Pentagon report holds top military brass accountable, Bob Orr reports.

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Abu Ghraib Guard On Trial

An Abu Ghraib guard ready to plead guilty to some abuse charges says mistreatment at the prison was widespread and had gone on for a long time, Tom Fenton reports.

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Enemies On Trial

Osama bin Laden's former bodyguard is first to appear in court today. The U.S. military opened court proceedings for the first enemy combatants to face trial since world war two. Stacy Case reports.

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