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Thursday, October 28, 2004

Explosives Mystery Unravels

The Pentagon has found satellite photos of the missing explosives site in Iraq, which may prove whether or not the material had been stolen prior to the U.S. arrival. David Martin reports.

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Kerry Flying High

John Kerry is flying high. His Red Sox won and Bruce Springsteen played on the campaign trail. But with the election next week, he reserved some tough talk for the president. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush Courts Swing States

With five days and counting, the president continues to court Republicans and Democrats as he moves through the swing states. Brian Andrews reports from the campaign trail.

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Schieffer On Campaign's End

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent and Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer spoke to The Early Show about the tight presidential race as the last weekend of campaigning approaches.

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Halliburton Probe Expands

The FBI has expanded a government contract probe into a criminal investigation whether no-bid war contracts were improperly awarded to Halliburton, VP Cheney's old firm, Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Bush Fights Explosives Issue

President Bush continued the counterattack on the missing Iraq munitions issue with the help of Gen. Tommy Franks, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Arafat Off To France

Yasser Arafat will be treated at a Paris hospital, in what is his first time in three years to leave his battered compound in Ramallah on the West Bank. David Hawkins reports.

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Campaign Game Issues

The hunting and fishing set usually is solidly Republican. But this year they have conservation and more issues on their mind, reports Bob McNamara.

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Legal Analysis

George Washington University Law Professor and CBS News Legal Analyst Jonathan Turley discusses the election-year lawsuits with CBS News Correspondent Michelle Miller.

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Evening News Online

Wednesday: Iran belligerent on nukes, Fallujah strike seems eminent and candidates on global warming.

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Bush Counterattacks

After two days of relentless hammering about the missing explosives in Iraq, President Bush finally broke his silence, reports Jim Axelrod.

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Kerry Attacks On Economy

Sen. John Kerry shifted the topic to the U.S. economy during a campaign stop in Iowa, reports Byron Pitts.

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