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Thursday, December 16, 2004

New Bin Laden Message?

A new recording apparently made by Osama bin Laden criticizes the rulers of Saudi Arabia for dealing with the 'infidel' U.S. The Early Show's Harry Smith reports.

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Youth Eye Social Security

John Roberts talks to the people whom President Bush's new investment plan which will affect the most heavily: the young. Even those barely graduated from college are keeping an eye on his proposal.

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Bin Laden Chides Saudis

In a new audiotape believed to be authentic, Osama bin Laden chides Saudi Arabia and other Arab "puppets" of the U.S., reports Sheila MacVicar.

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A Closer Look At Tax Cuts

President Bush's top priority is to make his income tax cuts permanent. But by freezing the rates, will debt skyrocket? Wyatt Andrews reports on some alternatives the administration is considering.

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Soldiers' Home Jobs Endangered

When Sgt. Neal Gustin left Indiana for Iraq, the last thing he was worried about was losing his civilian job. But, as Erin Moriarty reports, he had reason to be concerned.

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High Speed Web In Air

By the year 2006, commercial airlines will be permitted to provide high-speed Internet to passengers. What's next? Regulators are pondering the use of cell phones in flight, Bob Orr reports.

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