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Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Family Safety, Post-9/11

Educating children about terrorism might seem difficult. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is launching a new ad campaign for parents do just that, Bob Orr reports.

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National Guard Misses Quota

Despite the fact that military recruitment is up, National Guard officials worry about strains in its serving members and having trouble coming up with new members to serve. Mika Brzezinski reports.

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America's Attic

Have you seen Lee Harvey Oswald's mug shot? How about Alfred Hitchcock's immigration papers? A new exhibit called Public Vaults at the national archives has them, Jim Stewart reports.

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Troops In 'Triangle Of Death'

Another large-scale military assault is under way in Iraq. South of Baghdad, troops are looking to clear out insurgents in the area ahead of the January 30th election. Charlie D'Agata has more.

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London Under Tight Security

British media reports the government thwarted planned Sept. 11-style terror attacks on Heathrow Airport and skyscrapers. CBS News' Tom Fenton reports.

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Barack Obama Talks Memoir

Senator-elect Barack Obama of IL has been called the rising star of the Democratic party. He tells The Early Show about his unusual journey as told in his memoir "Dreams From My Father."

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Evening News Online

Monday: Iraq's houses of horror, Adam And Eve vs. Darwin and JFK, the game.

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Fight For Peterson's Life

Jurors in the trial of Scott Peterson will return to court to decide whether Peterson should get the death penalty or life in prison. Lots of legal maneuvering is expected, John Blackstone reports.

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Intel Reform Bill Blocked

A proposed bill that called for a shakeup of U.S. intelligence based on the recommendations of the 9/11 commission has failed to make it through Congress. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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