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Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Amputee Soldiers On

Capt. David Rozelle is the first U.S. soldier amputee reassigned to combat. He lost a foot in Iraq, but he was determined not to let it stop him from returning. Lee Cowan has the Inside Story.

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Eye On Social Security

On the Social Security campaign trail, Republicans believe young Americans are persuadable due to a fear that benefits might fade. Democrats have a different strategy, reports Thalia Assuras.

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Death Penalty Age Restriction

Repercussions were felt in death rows across the U.S. after the Supreme Court ruled that inmates who were under 18 when they committed the crime cannot be sentenced to death, Jim Stewart reports.

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New Al Qaeda Chatter

Despite new signals that Osama bin Laden has been instructing Abu Musab al Zarqawi, the U.S. terror alert status is not rising. Officials say the intelligence is too vague, David Martin reports.

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U.S. Responds To Mideast Moves

John Roberts reports live from the White House on President Bush's reaction to developments in the Middle East. He says Syria's government must do more and Iran must cooperate.

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Deadliest Attack Of Iraq War

In the single worst act of terrorism since the fall of Saddam Hussein, a car full of explosives blasted police and army recruits outside a hospital, killing at least 115, Kimberly Dozier reports.

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