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Thursday, November 4, 2004

Privatizing Social Security

Wyatt Andrews looks at some of President Bush's ideas about privatizing the Social Security system.

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F-16 Fires On School

An U.S. F-16 fighter jet targeted and fired on a N.J. school during a training mission, authorities said. No one was injured, but military is investigating the incident.

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Iran Memories Remain Clear

Twenty-five years ago, more than 50 Americans were kidnapped in Iran and held hostage for 444 days. On the anniversary of that day, two of the 42 surviving hostages spoke to The Early Show.

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Bush's Political Capital

At his first post-election press conference, President Bush said he had earned political capital and would spend some on tax and Social Security reforms, reports John Roberts.

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Bush's Agenda

The election is over and there is work to be done. That's the message today from President Bush as he met with his cabinet and the press. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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Bush's Opening Statement

During his opening statement at a White House press conference, President Bush outlined the issues he wants to tackle during his second term in office and then answered reporters' questions.

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Bush Lays Out His Plan

President Bush set the goals for his second term and vowed to continue fighting terror. He also met with his Cabinet amidst rumors that some may exit the administration, Jennifer Donelan reports.

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McCain- What's Next

Arizona Republican Senator John McCain, who easily won back his seat for a fourth term, tells The Early Show what to expect in President Bush's second term.

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Ohio Comes Together

They're still counting votes in Ohio, but the people in that state are already putting the election mess behind them in an effort to try and bridge the gap. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Kerry Cordial In Defeat

John Kerry echoed the president's call for a united America in his concession speech, and Kerry will have a chance to heed his own advice as he returns to his day job in the Senate.

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The Day After

In his victory speech, President Bush asked for the support of all Americans - but his agenda won't be easy for Democrats to swallow. Bill Plante reports.

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Official- Arafat In Coma

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, at age 75, has reportedly lapsed into a coma indicating a sudden turn for the worse. Julie Chen reports.

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Politics In The Bedroom

Pennsylvanians Nick and Donna Grandinetti may be happily married, but they completely disagree when it comes to politics. They spoke to The Early Show about the election outcome.

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Historian On '04 Election

Presidential historian Larry Sabato tells The Early Show how this country has survived much more bitter contests.

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GIs In Iraq Eye Election

In Iraq, the tight presidential race is a brief diversion for troops fighting the continuing insurgent violence. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports from Baghdad.

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Foreign Interest In Election

Foreign interest in the U.S. presidential election was as intense and differing in opinion as it was in America. CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports from London.

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