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Friday, October 8, 2004

A Look At The Debate

A rematch between George Bush and John Kerry in the second presidential debate was often heated. Topics ranged from Iraq, to terror, to economy. Manuel Gallegus reports.

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St. Louis Debate Analysis

CBS News? Jim Axelrod, John Roberts and Bob Schieffer give their take on the latest presidential debate that saw Pres. Bush and Sen. Kerry verbally slug it out in St. Louis.

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Debate- The Deficit

President Bush claimed victory with a stock market turnaround and having the ?shortest recession? while Kerry slammed him for cutting taxes for the wealthy and handing out corporate giveaways.

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Debate- Justifying Iraq

President Bush justifies going to war in Iraq even though the belief that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction proved to be erroneous.

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Kerry's Kerrey On Debate, WMD

Sept. 11 commision member and former Senator Bob Kerrey, who works for the John Kerry campaign, spoke to The Early Show about the Iraq WMD report and how it will affect the debate.

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British Hostage Beheaded

Terrorists have beheaded another hostage in Iraq. The family of a British engineer confirms an al Qaeda linked group killed Kenneth Bigley. Correspondent Stacy Case reports from Washington.

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Report- Brit Hostage Killed

Arab and British TV stations both report that British hostage Kenneth Bigley was beheaded by his al Qaeda-linked captors. Stacy Case reports.

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Afghans Prepare To Vote

Officials expect a huge voter turnout for Afghanistan's historic elections. Lara Logan reports from Kabul on the wide-ranging effort to get all Afghans a vote.

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Threat To U.S. Schools?

A computer disc found in Iraq had information about schools in six U.S. states. Authorities fear a terrorist strike similar to last month's siege in Russia, The Early Show's Rene Syler reports.

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Not Enough Jobs

The U.S. economy is growing, producing more goods and reaping more profits, but it's still not creating enough jobs, Anthony Mason reports.

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Bush v. Kerry- Round 2

The town hall format of the second debate between President Bush and John Kerry is similar to many of the candidates' campaign stops ? minus the friendly audience, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Schools May Be Terror Targets

Some U.S. parents are worried after a computer disc picked up in Iraq was found to hold blueprints and photos of several American schools, Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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U.S. Security Loophole

The truck bomb has become one of the most feared tools of terror. U.S. officials say they are hard to prevent because a key component, fertilizer, is so accessible, Bob Orr reports.

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Afghan Election Eve

Many Afghans have never seen a ballot and cannot read or write, but it didn't stop groups of people from walking nine hours to learn how to vote for the nation's first election, Lara Logan reports.

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Baghdad Hotel Attacked

Attention-seeking insurgents fired rockets into the Baghdad square where Saddam Hussein's statue was toppled, hitting a hotel set up with TV cameras that broadcast the scene, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Bush Defiant On War

President Bush remained defiant in the wake of a report stating there were never WMDs in Iraq. He defended his administration's moves to take out Saddam Hussein, John Roberts reports.

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Afghans Prep For Election

Millions of Afghans are preparing to vote in their first free election, despite two rocket explosions. U.S. troops say their presence there has been welcomed, Lara Logan reports.

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