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Wednesday, December 1, 2004

Bush's Canadian Mission

John Roberts reports on President Bush's two-day fence-mending trip in Canada, and his attempts to soothe wounds over the war in Iraq.

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A Hero Twice Over

Byron Pitts reports on a New York firefighter who worked in the World Trade center rescue during 9/11, and then lost his life three years later in Iraq.

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Ukraine's Electoral Limbo

Sheila MacVicar reports on the ongoing Ukraine election crisis, which is in limbo waiting on a decision by the country's highest court on the legitimacy of the contested election.

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Asian Stem Cell Advances

Barry Petersen reports on amazing advances in using stem cells to help paralyzed patients regain function. The research is in South Korea and China, where there are no ethical fetters on the work.

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Troops' Stay Extended

The Pentagon announced Wednesday it is extending tours of duty and sending extra troops to Iraq to help secure next month's elections. Jennifer Miller has the latest from Washington.

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At Home With Arnold And Maria

In an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife opened up about their transition to politics. Marie Brenner wrote the article, and she spoke with The Early Show.

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GI Death Toll Tops In Nov.

November was the deadliest month for American soldiers in Iraq since the war began. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier has the latest developments from Baghdad.

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Ridge Steps Down, What Now?

Homeland Security Chief Tom Ridge is stepping down, making him the seventh member of the Bush cabinet to leave since the election. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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Ridge Resigns

Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge is the seventh member of Bush's cabinet to resign this year. He's known for his work alerting the U.S. public to terror, Bob Orr reports.

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Bush Mends Northern Fences

President Bush makes his first official visit to Canada to better relations over trade and the war in Iraq. Thousands of protestors are expected, CBS News' Susan Roberts reports.

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Penalty Phase For Peterson

Testimony for the penalty phase of Scott Peterson's murder trial begins before the same jury that convicted him. He faces the death penalty or life without parole, John Blackstone reports.

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