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Thursday, December 9, 2004

Armor Shortage Scrutiny

When a soldier asked the Secretary of Defense why so many vehicles in Iraq are under-equipped, Rumsfeld was put on the defensive. But Mr. Bush said he agrees with the soldier, David Martin reports.

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Commuting - In Iraq

Hate rush hour? In Iraq, a commute to work often means avoiding bombed-out roadways and suicide bombers, reports Kimberly Dozier, as she goes to work with U.S. AID employees.

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Social Security Changes

President Bush says he won't raise payroll taxes to fund his proposed changes in Social Security. John Roberts speaks with a 28-year-old who says he supports the private investment option.

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Bedtime Stories From Iraq

Will Mouat is stationed on a carrier off the coast of Iraq. But he can read his kids bedtime stories from across the sea. Mark Phillips reports on how technology is helping military families.

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Soldiers Grill Rumsfeld

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld got some tough questions during a meeting with U.S. soldiers at a Kuwaiti base near Iraq, reports Kimberly Dozier.

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'Stop-Loss' Lawsuit

Wyatt Andrews reports on a federal lawsuit filed by U.S. soldiers who say the government is unfairly extending their tours of duty in Iraq.

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Shoppers Hit In Wallets

The consequences of holiday shopping can be especially steep now, because credit card customers are being hit with dramatically higher interest rates. Financial advisor Ray Martin has advice.

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