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Friday, November 19, 2004

Nuclear Ambition Woes

As President Bush makes his way to the APEC conference, questioning nuclear ambitions of North Korea and Iran is on the top of his agenda. Bill Plante is traveling with the president.

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Mosque Raid

Lee Cowan reports on a U.S. raid on an important Sunni mosque in Baghad where 40 worshippers were arrested. In Fallujah, the town is slowly getting ready to let normal citizens return.

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'He'll Never Be Forgotten'

Seemingly fearless Marine captains lead their troops against the enemy daily in Iraq. When a captain was ambushed Monday, his troops were left with only memories, which Kimberly Dozier shares.

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$16B Air Force Scandal

Sen. John McCain took aim at Air Force leaders over a $16 billion contract to buy Boeings that has already landed one person in jail. McCain believes more people are involved, reports David Martin.

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Con Artists Target Homes

Sharyl Attkisson reports on scam artists who target senior citizens who at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure. The seniors end up signing away their homes to the scam artists.

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Mad Cow Scare

The government revealed that it might have discovered a cow infected with the disease. Wyatt Andrews reports that the suspected animal didn't get into human food supply, officials say.

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Zarqawi's Stronghold

Marines in Fallujah think they've found the command center of rebel Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the man blamed for many of the beheadings in Iraq, reports Lee Cowan.

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Clinton's Landmark

Bob McNamara reports from Little Rock, Ark. on the opening of Bill Clinton's presidential library. On an overcast day, present and past occupants of the Oval Office gathered for the dedication.

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