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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Polls Stay Tight

Sen. John Kerry plans to visit several swing states Tuesday, as national polls stay locked in a dead heat just weeks before the election. CBS News Correspondent Byron Pitts reports.

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Bush Touts Homeland Security

President Bush campaigns by bus across Florida Tuesday, playing up his record on homeland security. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Kidnapping, Violence In Iraq

A British Iraqi aid worker has been kidnapped. Insurgents fired mortar rounds into an Iraqi army post, as the U.S. attacked in Fallujah and far north an oil pipeline was blasted. Don Kirk reports.

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Iraq Aid Worker Abducted

An Irish-Iraqi woman, who was the head of CARE International's aid operation in Iraq for over a decade, was kidnapped by insurgents, as Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Flu Shot Frustration

Winter woes hit the campaign trail as presidential candidates George Bush and John Kerry traded shots on the growing panic over a flu vaccine shortage, Jim Acosta reports.

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Truth A Campaign Casualty?

The polls are close and days few until the presidential election. Political jabs have been sharp, and John Roberts reports at times, the truth may have become a campaign casualty.

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Military Wage Woes

Families from every branch of the military have reported trouble putting food on the table and making ends meet due to low military salaries, Bill Whitaker reports.

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Bush Ahead In Poll

Two weeks before the election, a CBS News poll shows President Bush holding a slim lead over John Kerry. It also shows voters have less faith in Mr. Bush's security measures, John Roberts reports.

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Kerry Steps Up Bush Barbs

In his latest campaigning, John Kerry accused the president of secretly planning to privatize Social Security and of ignoring a troop shortage in Iraq, Jim Axelrod reports.

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GI Mutiny In Iraq?

The Army is investigating 18 reservists that refused to go on a risky supply mission in Iraq. Was it mutiny or a stand taken against a clear and present danger, David Martin reports.

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