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Thursday, January 27, 2005

War Cost In Lives & Dollars

Iraqi elections were to mark the 'beginning of the end' of the U.S. occupation of Iraq, but withdrawal is far off. CBS News' David Martin reports on the high cost in lives and dollars.

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War Cost In Lives & Dollars

Iraqi elections were to mark the 'beginning of the end' of the U.S. occupation of Iraq, but withdrawal is far off. CBS News' David Martin reports on the high cost in lives and dollars.

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Violence Escalates In Iraq

Deadly acts are hitting close to home for one Iraqi politician. An Islamic website shows the apparent killing of a man described as the secretary of Iraq's interim prime minister. Teri Okita reports.

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Who Are The Insurgents?

American troops have been fighting to defend democracy in Iraq for months, but who is their enemy? Dan Rather gets some surprising answers from U.S. troops.

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Boot Camp In A Combat Zone

Iraq's National Guard troops are supposed to be leading security forces on Election Day. But training them has been a test for American soldiers, Dan Rather reports.

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Readying Polls In Mosul

The streets are being swept for non-coalition vehicles as polls are readied in Mosul, Iraq's most dangerous city. Kimberly Dozier reports on a risky job, working at the polls.

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Cranking Up The Conflict

With a surge of polling-place attacks and troops in Iraq bracing for more violence Sunday, Dan Rather reports that a new poll shows encouraging percentages of Iraqis plan to cast ballots.

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Baghdad's Wild West

An area in Baghdad called Haifa Street is known as one of the most dangerous places in the world, and has been likened to the Wild West. Dan Rather goes on patrol with U.S. troops there.

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2nd Journalist On Bush Payroll

Another syndicated columnist admits to receiving payments from the government. As Jim Stewart reports, it raises new questions about whether the Bush administration pays for favorable treatment.

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Marine Deaths Felt At Home

Thirty Marines and one Navy sailor were killed in helicopter crash in Iraq. Sandra Hughes reports families are grieving, but the Marines on the base carry on business as usual.

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