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Monday, November 29, 2004

Sky Crashes Investigated

This year, the U.S. Marines have seen the highest number of in-air collisions and crash-related deaths in a decade. David Martin reports on the troubling statistics and their relation to the Iraq war.

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Still No Safety In Iraq

With Iraq leaders saying their country isn't prepared to hold an election and Iraq's national soccer competition cancelled due to safety concerns, Lee Cowan sums up the dangers from Baghdad.

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Dueling Marijuana Laws

Which law has more sway: California's, which permits marijuana use as medicine, or the federal law prohibiting drug trafficking? The Supreme Court heard the case, and Wyatt Andrews has the story.

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War Touches Paris, Ill.

More than 10,000 U.S. servicewomen and -men have been killed or wounded fighting in Iraq. Some small, tight-knit communities have suffered hard losses, as Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Safety Issue In Iraq Election

In Iraq, car bombings and mortar attacks continue as U.S. and Iraqi forces work to secure the country for elections. Will it be safe enough to vote? Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Dubya Doll Hits Top Sales

The George W. Bush action figure is a bestseller along with a medley of Bush memorabilia. As Mark Knoller reports, the president's re-election has boosted the sales of all things Dub-ya.

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Ukraine Election Question

The election crisis in the former Soviet Republic is deepening. Ukraine's legislature is challenging the validity of election results. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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