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Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Kerry, Bush Debating Already

As they prepare for their first debate, President Bush and Sen. Kerry are trading charges and countercharges on the war in Iraq. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Florida At Center Of New Storm

On the heels of four hurricanes, Florida must now turn its attention to a presidential debate and the upcoming election. Miami Herald Executive Editor Tom Fiedler spoke to The Early Show.

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Early Release For Lindh?

U.S. citizens Yaser Hamdi and John Walker Lindh were both jailed for helping the Taliban. Hamdi has been released and Lindh is now asking for freedom, Jim Stewart reports.

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Blue Collar Jobs In Demand

The Port of L.A. expected a good response for its lottery to hire 3,000 new dockworkers, but not the 500,000 job inquiries it receives, Bill Whitaker reports.

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American Voters Abroad

This year's presidential campaign is so intense, even Americans living overseas are rushing to register to vote and to file absentee ballots, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Floridian Mayor Talks Cleanup

After the fourth hurricane to hit Florida in six weeks, Sebastian Mayor Nate McCollum talks about a major cleanup effort in his hard-hit area.

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Kerry Stumps In Wisconsin

John Kerry is in the battleground state of Wisconsin, preparing for Thursday's debate with President Bush, the first of three. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports it could be Kerry's most important week.

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