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Friday, February 18, 2005

Privacy Advocate

Privacy advocate B.J. Ostergren thinks too many records containing personal information are available online. But court documents are legally in the public domain. Jim Acosta reports on the debate.

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Chris Rock- Energy On Stage

Jerry Seinfeld called Chris Rock a great comedian, but the future host of the Oscars told 60 Minutes' Ed Bradley he doesn't know where he finds the energy to perform on stage.

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Reeves Battles Movie Demons

Instead of battling machines to save humankind, actor Keanu Reeves wages war against demons in his new movie 'Constantine.' He talked about the film on The Early Show.

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Iraq Shiites Targeted

Shiite worshippers were targeted in deadly blast in Baghdad, Iraq during the height of morning prayers. CBS News Correspondent Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Security Expert Talks Warnings

CBS News analyst and President of 'Homeland Security Associates,' Colonel Randy Larsen tells The Early Show what he thinks of the CIA and Bush administration's latest terror warnings.

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CIA- Terror Groups Gearing Up

Top Bush Administration officials have been warning that terrorist groups like al Qaeda are gearing up for new strikes in the U.S. CBS News National Security correspondent David Martin reports.

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Intel Chief Appointed

Bush nominated John Negroponte to fill the vacant position: Director of National Intelligence. John Roberts reports that if confirmed, Negroponte will ride herd over 15 intelligence agencies.

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