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Friday, September 17, 2004

Bush Maintains Support

Despite kidnappings, mounting casualties, and attacks from John Kerry, the Iraq war does not seem to be hurting President Bush in voter polls, John Roberts reports.

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Kerry Ad- Cheney & Halliburton

A Kerry-Edwards ad attacks Vice President Dick Cheney's connections to Halliburton, claiming that Cheney received $2 million from Halliburton while the country got a $200 million bill for Iraq.

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Ad Pans Kerry's Economy Plan

A Bush-Cheney ad entitled 'Economy: Common Sense Vs. Higher Taxes' claims that John Kerry's economic plan will raise taxes for 900,000 small business owners and stall job growth.

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Iraq Bloodshed Spurs Kerry

John Kerry has focused his campaign trail speeches on Iraq, as increasing violence in the country has given him fresh ammunition for attacking President Bush. Byron Pitts reports.

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Americans Kidnapped In Iraq

Two Americans are among three people kidnapped by militants in Iraq, trying to get foreign troops and companies out of the country. Aleen Sirgany has the latest.

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Kerry Attacks Bush On Iraq

John Kerry criticized President Bush for failing to mention an intelligence file that reported a dismal situation in Iraq in his campaign appearances, Byron Pitts reports.

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Candidates On Energy Costs

With high prices at the gas pump a growing concern for many Americans, Anthony Mason compares the Bush and Kerry plans for keeping fuel costs in check.

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