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Thursday, November 18, 2004

Face Of The Soldier

Last week, CBS aired a photograph of a young soldier on the front line in Iraq. His image burnt itself into many memories. Dan Rather talks to the soldier and his family and sends him a message.

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Sneak Peek At Clinton Center

While the state of the art Clinton Presidential Center does not officially open yet, CBS' Bob McNamara got a sneak peek and reaction from historians.

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Hillary On Library, Pres. Bid

Former First Lady and current Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton tells The Early Show about the Clinton Presidential Center. She also talks about a run for the presidency herself.

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Ballot Battle In Wash.

Washington state may still be weeks away from naming its next governor: A razor-thin victory for the Republican candidate has triggered an automatic vote recount. CBS News' Jerry Bowen reports.

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Flu Vaccine Shortage Probed

Hearings continue on Capitol Hill to place blame for the flu vaccine shortage. FDA officials say they were surprised when production problems cut vaccine supplies in half, reports Sharyl Attkisson.

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Clinton Library's Boss Chats

Clinton Presidential Center director David Alsobrook spoke to The Early Show about the construction and grand opening of the facility that chronicles Bill Clinton's highs and lows.

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Insurgents Bomb In Iraq

Even though the coalition has control of most of Fallujah, the violence continues in Iraq. Insurgents' bombs killed four people Thursday, CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Clinton Center's Grand Opening

The $165 million Clinton Presidential Center in Arkansas, containing artifacts and documents gathered during Mr. Clinton's eight years in the White House, is opening. Bob McNamara reports.

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Terrorist Secrets

The U.S. rout of Fallujah is turning up the tools of terror. Charlie D'agata reports from Baghdad.

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U2 Sings At Clinton Library

Commending President Clinton's efforts to bring peace to Northern Ireland, rock star Bono performed the song "Sunday, Bloody Sunday" at the dedication of Clinton's presidential library.

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Clinton's Library Dedication

Speaking to an estimated 30,000 guests at the dedication of his presidential museum and library, former President Clinton paid tribute to the people of Arkansas, his family and his predecessors.

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Clinton Library Opens

Four American presidents, past and present, gathered in Little Rock, Arkansas, for the grand opening of Bill Clinton's presidential museum and library. Jennifer miller is there.

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Bush Hails Condi Rice

When President Bush nominated Condoleezza Rice to replace Colin Powell as Secretary of State, he described her as America's 'face to the world.' CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Chaos Reigns In Iraq

Insurgents continue to cause chaos in parts of Iraq as the coalition fights battles on several fronts. Aleen Sirgany has more from Washington DC.

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Iraq Insurgency Spreads

A U.S general says Iraqis who fled their homes in Fallujah may return in the next few days. But the insurgency has spread throughout other parts of Iraq. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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