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Thursday, September 23, 2004

Allawi Upbeat

Iraq?s interim prime minister stayed on message and upbeat as he addressed U.S. lawmakers. Iyad Alawi reinforced President Bush's stance on Iraq. Stacy Case reports.

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Allawi, Bush Tout 'Progress'

Despite constant violent attacks and other setbacks, Iraq's interim prime minister told the U.S. Congress that democracy is taking hold. Iyad Allawi also met with President Bush, Stacy Case reports.

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Edwards Low-Key On Trail

John Kerry's running mate John Edwards is taking a more low-key approach on the campaign trail, just weeks before his vice presidential debate. CBS News' Byron Pitts reports.

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Candidates In High Gear

With less than six weeks to go, the presidential race has narrowed to a small number of key battleground states, as Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer tells The Early Show.

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Al Zarqawi Headed West?

Abu Al Zarqawi, the man blamed for the beheadings of two Americans and many other atrocities in Iraq, could soon be taking his threat to the Western world, Shelia MacVicar reports.

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Iraqis Demand Safety

Freedom and democracy are key issues for Iraqis after decades of brutal dictatorship, but safety and security have moved to the fore as violence continues in Iraq, Barry Petersen reports.

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Bush & Allawi On Iraq Progress

President Bush led a press conference with Iraqi interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, stating that violence may escalate in the country, but the world is better off without Saddam Hussein in power.

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Allawi- Elections Will Go on

Addressing Congress, Iraqi interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi said elections will occur in Iraq as scheduled in January, saying "in 15 out of our 18 provinces, we could hold elections tomorrow."

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British Hostage Pleas For Life

Terrorists in Iraq who beheaded two Americans this week are still holding a British man, who is begging for his life. CBS News' Barry Petersen reports.

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Cat Stevens Terror Threat?

The pop star formerly known as Cat Stevens is back in London after being denied entry to the U.S. Officials say Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam, may have terror ties. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Rooney- 'Don't Vote'

According to Andy Rooney, those who are not well informed enough to vote should do everyone a favor -- and sit this election out.

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Hensley's Brother Talks

Ty Hensley, brother of Jack Hensley, who has been reportedly beheaded by militants in Iraq, joins The Early Show. He expresses what he and his family have felt through this ordeal.

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Senators Debate On Iraq

Sens. Joe Biden (D-Del.) and George Allen (R-Va.) join The Early Show to talk about the big issue in this year?s campaign: the war in Iraq.

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Candidates Court Swing States

Three Kerry campaign trips to Florida, a key swing state were cancelled during the hurricanes. With six weeks to the election, Jim Axelrod reports both candidates are stumping to pick up points.

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