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Monday, September 13, 2004

Bush Military Debate Goes On

CBS News continued to stand behind documents it obtained that raised new questions about President Bush's National Guard service, citing handwriting and type experts, Dan Rather reports.

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Airport Screener Thieves

A recent sting uncovered a stash of laptop computers, watches and other merchandise, all stolen from airline passenger luggage by screeners hired to detect terror devices, Jim Acosta reports.

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Assault Weapons- Con

Leading gun control advocate Sarah Brady spoke to The Early Show about why she feels the ban on assault weapons needs to be renewed.

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Assault Weapons- Pro

Wayne LaPierre, the chief executive officer of the NRA, spoke to The Early Show about why the expiration of the assault weapons ban is a good thing.

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Bush Bounce Bursting?

Early Show Political Contributor Craig Crawford analyzes the latest poll data coming out of the presidential race, but warns the 'Labor Day lead' does not always guarantee a win.

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Deadly Fallujah Strike

U.S. warplanes pounded Fallujah in what the military said was an attack on insurgents, but angry locals say civilians, including women and children, were killed, Barry Petersen reports.

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Iraq Erupts In Violence

Following a deadly weekend in Iraq that saw the deaths of dozens of people, U.S. forces are fighting back in Fallujah, which has become a hot spot once again. Barry Petersen reports.

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Bush Admin. Responds

The Bush administration is under pressure to explain how it plans to bring democracy to Iraq in the wake of several deadly attacks this weekend. CBS' Joie Chen reports.

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U.S. Strike Kills Journalist

A deadly surge of attacks by insurgents and U.S. forces erupted in Iraq, leaving nearly 60 people dead. CBS News' Barry Petersen reports.

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Intense Mortars On Baghdad

A U.S. Humvee was set ablaze on a highway west of Baghdad on Sunday. Militants also unleashed intense mortar barrages targeting the Green Zone, killing dozens.

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