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Wednesday, October 6, 2004

Clear Winner In VP Debate?

Dick Cheney and John Edwards traded some criticisms and nasty insults at their debate, but was there a clear winner? The Early Show's political analyst Craig Crawford weighed in.

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Who Won VP Debate?

Vice president candidates Dick Cheney and John Edwards battled over Iraq, jobs and each other?s judgment in their first and only debate. CBS News' John Roberts reports.

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Final Report- No WMDs

A report issued by the president's chief weapons-hunter concludes Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction when President Bush launched the Iraq war to disarm him, David Martin reports.

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WMD Report Campaign Fallout

President Bush made no mention of a CIA report that debunks his claims of WMDs in Iraq, while John Kerry used it as ammunition to boost his campaign, John Roberts reports.

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Gloves Off At VP Debate

The debate between Vice Presidential candidates Dick Cheney and John Edwards added up to 90 minutes of bare-knuckles politics that often crossed the line of civility, reports Jim Axelrod.

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Permanent Tax Cut Debate

Mika Brzezinski compares the presidential candidates' positions on whether tax cuts that benefit the wealthiest Americans should be made permanent or repealed.

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Bremer Stokes Iraq Debate

As Dick Cheney and John Edwards prepare to debate, former top man in Iraq Paul Bremer added fuel to the campaign fire by saying the U.S. never sent enough troops, David Martin reports.

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Bremer Remarks Fallout

Republicans say remarks from President Bush's former top man in Iraq Paul Bremer on the inadequate number of troops in Iraq couldn't have come at a worse time, John Roberts reports.

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Afghan Elections Near

Afghanistan is preparing to hold its first presidential election, and officials are working hard to prevent violence leading up to the day citizens cast their votes, Lara Logan reports.

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