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Tuesday, March 8, 2005

Long Road Home

As casualties began to mount in the second Iraq War, 60 Minutes Wednesday Correspondent David Martin set out to meet the wounded, and find out what the long road home is like.

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We've Got Nerve

A war to get rid of Saddam Hussein and his WMD could result in the use of those weapons against American soldiers. David Martin examines whether our troops can defend themselves properly.

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Trouble At The NSA

The National Security Agency, twice as big as the CIA, has fallen on some hard times. David Martin takes a closer look at the NSA's problems for 60 Minutes Wednesday.

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Terrorists Buying Firearms

More than 40 people on FBI terror watch lists have purchased guns this year, a report says. As Jim Stewart reports, the FBI says being on a watch list alone isn't enough stop a gun sale.

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Talking With A Tyrant

Saddam Hussein gave CBS News two exclusive interviews over the past two decades. Dan Rather opens up his reporter's notebook and shares what Saddam said on, and off, camera.

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Clinton's Procedure

The surgery to remove fluid and scar-tissue is routine, said heart-surgery expert, Dr. Michael Banbury of the renowned Cleveland Clinic.

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More Surgery For Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton wanted to discuss tsunami relief efforts, but he ended up talking more about his follow-up surgery from his quadruple bypass last year, reports Elizabeth Kaledin.

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Bonfire Burns Three

Three people were seriously burned in the village of Prekaz in Serbia Montenegro when an annual bonfire in remembrance of the victims of the Bosnian war got out of control.

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Bush- Terror Fight Continues

President Bush told an audience at the National Defense University in Washington that the U.S. will continue to keep terrorists on the run.

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Clinton To Go Under Knife

Former President Bill Clinton goes back to the hospital Thursday for some non-emergency surgery, a byproduct of his bypass operation last year. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Clinton To Go Under Knife

Former President Bill Clinton goes back to the hospital Thursday for some non-emergency surgery, a byproduct of his bypass operation last year. Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Clinton- Feeling 'Fine'

Former President Clinton, in a news conference, told reporters that he will undergo a medical procedure this week to remove fluid and scar tissue.

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Clinton To Undergo Surgery

Former President Bill Clinton will have surgery to remove scar tissue and fluid built-up from his bypass surgery last year. CBS News' Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Army Base Fixing Marriages

Extended deployments have put many U.S. military marriages in jeopardy. CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports how at least one army base is working to keep couples together.

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Martha Goes To Work

Martha Stewart spoke to cheering employees on her first day back to work after spending five months in prison for obstructing justice and lying to the government.

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Italy Reacts To Guard's Death

Nicola Calipari died using his body to shield the hostage whose freedom he won, Allen Pizzey reports. The bodyguard's state funeral drew thousands who honored him as a hero.

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War Crime Probe

The family of a U.S. Marine who is being tried as a war criminal is seeing letters of support pour in. Byron Pitts reports prosecutors say Ilario Pantano fired 45 rounds at unarmed Iraqis.

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