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Saturday, November 20, 2004

Blunt Warnings

The prospect of nuclear weapons in unfriendly hands dominated President Bush's remarks today at the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. Bill Plante is there.

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No 9-11 Overhaul

Efforts to reach agreement on an overhaul of the intelligence agencies broke down late today and legislative leaders say the measure is likely dead for this session. Joie Chen has the story.

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Coming Together For Clinton

A ceremony honoring the opening of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock brought politicians from both sides together. Bob McNamara reports on the rainy celebration.

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Protestors Rail Against APEC

Protesters are already making their point on the streets of Chile as President Bush wings his way there for an Economic summit. Aleen Sirgany reports from Washington, DC.

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Nukes Top Summit's Agenda

President Bush and other world leaders are meeting in Chile for an economic summit, but terrorism and nuclear danger in North Korea are likely to be the hot topic. Bill Plante reports.

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