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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Bittersweet Homecoming

The Army's 724th Transportation Company's year in Iraq included a massive ambush and other fights for survival. Now they're coming home, with honor and memories. David Martin reports from Wisconsin.

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John Paul II, Author

Dealing with such controversial topics as homosexuality and abortion, Pope John Paul II's new book is sure to be a bestseller. Richard Roth reports on the pontiff's text, 'Memory and Identity.'

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Bird Flu Wake Up Call

It's deadly to poultry, but should humans worry about bird flu? Sharyn Alfonsi reports that the World Health Organization has issued a new alert about the virus.

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Marine Shooting Uncertainty

U.S. military investigators will not file formal charges against a Marine who shot and killed an unarmed Iraqi during the assault on Fallujah last November, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Molding Iraqi Police

Lara Logan gave 60 Minutes Wednesday a dramatic look at how the Green Berets are helping create and train Iraqi SWAT teams, and in the process, changing the face of the military police.

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From The Sudan To The NBA

A college athlete once immersed in the Sudan's violent civil war may soon get a chance to show his skills on the national level. CBS News' Tracie Strahan reports.

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Confectionary Art

Collette Peters' cakes have been featured in magazines as part of celebrity weddings and White House events. The queen of confectionary arts shares her secrets with The Early Show's Rene Syler.

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Bush Visits Allies

President Bush has been meeting with members of NATO in an attempt to mend fences with U.S. allies angered by the war in Iraq. The Early Show's Julie Chen reports.

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Bush Wins NATO Support

President Bush stopped on his transatlantic tour for talks with NATO nations on Iraq. He refuted accusations of U.S. intent to invade Iran, John Roberts reports

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