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Friday, August 27, 2004

FBI Probes Pentagon Spy

The FBI is conducting an espionage probe and says it has "solid" evidence a Pentagon analyst supplied Israel with secret U.S. policy deliberations on Iran, Lesley Stahl reports.

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Russia- Terror Downed Plane

Russian officials say terrorism brought down at least one of two planes that crashed. Officials are investigating two female passengers with Chechen names aboard each plane. Beth Knobel reports.

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Signs Of Terror

Aviation expert Paul Duffy talks to CBS News Correspondent Brianna Keilar about hallmarks of terrorism in the Russian plane crashes.

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Terror Suspected In Russia

The first evidence of terrorism has surfaced in the crash of two airliners in Russia. CBS News' Richard Roth reports from Moscow.

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Shiite Cleric- Lay Down Arms

The intervention of Iraq's highest Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali Husseini al-Sistani, has prompted rebel fighters in Najaf to lay down their arms. CBS News' Barry Petersen reports.

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Marines Talk GI Dad's Rescue

Three Marines tell The Early Show how they pulled Carlos Arredonda from a burning van after they delivered the tragic news of his son?s death in Iraq.

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GI's Dad Recovers From Flames

The father of a U.S. Marine killed in combat in Iraq is recovering in a Florida hospital, after a fit of grief left him badly burned. Early Show co-anchor Rene Syler reports.

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NYPD Commish On Security

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly tells The Early Show about mobilizing some 10,000 police officers for the Republican National Convention.

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Battle Over Kerry Record

President Bush now says he does not believe John Kerry lied about his war record, but the controversy over John Kerry's Vietnam service continues. Bill Plante reports.

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Reporter Turned War Surgeon

Dr. Dave Hnida, a physician and former medical reporter CBS Denver station KCNC, tells The Early Show how he volunteered to serve in Iraq as an Army Reserve battalion surgeon.

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Winning Green Cards On TV

A new cable program has immigrants performing extreme stunts for a chance to win green cards in the U.S. The show's production company and an immigration lawyer squared off on The Early Show.

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No Charges For Grieving Dad

Jim Axelrod has the Inside Story on a father who was so distraught to learn his soldier son was killed in Iraq, he set a U.S. military vehicle ablaze. He will not be charged.

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New York Under Top Security

New York City is already under extreme security measures in preparation for the upcoming Republican National Convention. CBS News' Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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