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Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Warnings On Anti-Depressants

A government panel has called for stronger warnings on anti-depressants because they may increase suicide risks for kids who take them. The Early Show's Dr. Emily Senay has more.

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Candidates Target Nat'l Guard

President Bush didn't touch on the controversy surrounding his military records when he spoke at a National Guard convention, but what will Kerry say when he speaks there? Jim Axelrod reports.

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Kerry Pans Bush On Economy

John Kerry made a sharp attack on President Bush's economic record in a speech to Detroit business leaders. Many are unhappy with the president, but not yet sold on Kerry, Byron Pitts reports.

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Bush Memo Debate Heats Up

Congressional Republicans claimed revelations about Lt George Bush, which aired on "60 Minutes," were based on fake documents and demanded a retraction, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Royal Fox Fight

A group of anti-fox hunt protestors outside British parliament broke through police lines and into government chambers, causing yet more criticism of security in the U.K., Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Iraqis Enraged; New Hostage

Iraqis scream in outrage at the bloody scene of a suicide bombing in Baghdad, where 47 people died. Al-Jazeera shows footage of a Jordanian truck driver held hostage, CBS? Scott Rapoport reports.

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Car Bomb Hits Baghdad Cops

There is escalating violence against the U.S.-backed authority in Iraq. The latest attack was on a Baghdad police station, and dozens are dead. Barry Petersen reports.

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Iraqis Despair Over Violence

Faced with relentless carnage from militants, Iraqis who once supported the U.S. presence in Iraq are losing faith. David Martin reports on the continuing security problems in Iraq.

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