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Thursday, September 16, 2004

Iraq Outlook Bleak

A new U.S. intelligence estimate says the best case scenario in Iraq is tenuous stability, which means continued violence, while the worst case is outright civil war, David Martin reports.

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Americans Kidnapped In Iraq

In a brazen kidnapping, gunmen took two American men and a Briton from their house in an upscale neighborhood of Baghdad, Barry Petersen reports.

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Gov. Wages War On Fat

After Ark. Gov. Mike Huckabee was diagnosed with diabetes and lost 110 pounds, he decided most of his state needed to lose weight too, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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'Bama Governor On Ivan

Alabama Governor Bob Riley spoke to The Early Show about how the state is handling Hurricane Ivan, which could be the worst storm to hit Alabama in 20 years.

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News Analysis

CBS News Military Analyst Col. Mitch Mitchell discusses U.S. concerns over a possibly nuclear Korean Peninsula with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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News Analysis

CBS News Military Analyst Col. Mitch Mitchell discusses the U.S. military's 18 months in Iraq and three-year mission in Afghanistan with CBS News Correspondent Melissa McDermott.

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Questioning Memos' Accuracy

Dan Rather talks to the former secretary of Lt. Col. Jerry Killian regarding questions about President Bush's service with the Texas Air National Guard.

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