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Friday, December 3, 2004

Bloody Day In Baghdad

Two unexpected dawn attacks killed a dozen Iraqi policemen and worshipers at a nearby Shi'ite mosque. Kimberly Dozier also reports that Marines are uncovering more of Zarqawi's terrorist structure.

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Two Major Attacks In Iraq

With the bombing of a Shiite mosque and the storming of a Baghdad police station, Iraqi insurgents launched some of their most deadly attacks in weeks. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Kerik's Journey

It's been an unlikely journey for President Bush's most recent cabinet pick, from high-school dropout to Homeland Security secretary nominee. Jim Axelrod has the story of the life of Bernard Kerik.

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Jobs Increase, Holiday Style

The economy looks slightly better. Unemployment was down in November. Who's smiling? Macy's singing elves certainly are, at least temporarily, reports Anthony Mason.

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Bush Makes Kerik Nod Official

President Bush introduced ex-NYC Police Commissioner and longtime ally Bernard Kerik as his nominee for Homeland Security chief. Kerik, who helped rally the city after 9/11, thanked his new boss.

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Homeland In Top Cop's Hands

President Bush will nominate former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik as the nation's new Homeland Security Chief, replacing Tom Ridge. Thalia Assuras reports.

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Kerik's Predecessor Talks

Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton was New York's top cop before Bernard Kerik, and he spoke to The Early Show about Kerik's impending appointment as Homeland Security boss.

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More U.S. Troops To Iraq

With the Iraqi elections approaching and the threat of increased violence, the U.S. is increasing its number of troops in Iraq. CBS News' Kimberly Dozier has details of the latest violence.

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Bush Taps NYC Cop Chief

President Bush has tapped Bernard Kerik, former NYPD Commissioner, to replace Homeland Security head Tom Ridge, reports John Roberts.

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CNN Report Draws Scrutiny

David Martin reports on an example of the thin line separating public information - the stuff daily news is made of - from the Pentagon's Information Operations, which involve war strategy.

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