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Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Same-Sex Marriage In Court

When the mayor of San Francisco allowed same-sex marriages to be performed, he was defying state law. Now, legal arguments are being heard to reconcile the dispute, John Blackstone reports.

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Fallen GI's Project Restored

When Lance Colton's father was killed in Iraq, the '68 Camaro they were restoring sat abandoned in the garage. That is, until the community gave the project, and Lance, a boost. Lee Cowan reports.

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Suicide Bomb In Mosul Attack

The military now believes an explosion that killed 22 people in a Mosul mess hall tent came from a suicide bomber. Troops have since sealed off much of Mosul, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Suicide Bomb In Mosul

A militant suicide bomber appears to have caused the mayhem and death at the U.S. military base in Mosul, Iraq. That's the latest from the Pentagon. Drew Levinson has more from Washington DC.

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Greetings From Iraq

Four U.S. soldiers of the 82nd Airborne Division in Baghdad got a special gift from The Early Show this Christmas: a chance to talk to their wives and kids on television.

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Bell Ringers Banned

Once a steady holiday staple, Salvation Army bell ringers might be an endangered species soon. Target stores are banning the donation collectors, Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Protecting Our Troops

In light of the major attack on a flimsy U.S. mess hall tent, David Martin asks "what's taking so long?" for sturdy shelters and protective armor to reach American troops in dangerous areas of Iraq.

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