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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Terror Suspects Charged

Three men already under arrest in great Britain were charged with plotting terror attacks in the U.S. that put parts of the country on heightened terror alert last summer. Drew Levinson reports.

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Bush Rallies GIs At Ft. Hood

President Bush stopped at Fort Hood, Texas to give a speech on the war on terror and to have lunch with the troops before returning to the White House. Watch an excerpt.

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Downloading Crackdown

Internet 2 is an ultra-high speed connection only available on college campuses. The recording industry is taking 405 illegal music downloaders who use it to court, Sandra Hughes reports.

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Terror Indictments

Indictments against three British nationals accused of plotting a terrorist attack were unsealed, and Jim Stewart reports on the pre-9/11 conspiracy that wasn't discovered until last year.

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U.N. Nominee Bolton Blasted

John R. Bolton, President Bush's nominee for U.N. ambassador, is facing scrutiny due to his past critique of the United Nations. Gloria Borger says his confirmation is still an uphill climb.

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Strange Capitol Standoff

Dressed all in black, carrying suitcases and asking to see the president, a man provoked extreme suspicion on Capitol Hill. Jim Stewart has the story of how a SWAT team reacted to the scare.

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Fuel Prices Hitting Home

From diesel gas to petroleum-based fertilizer, fuel feeds the agriculture economy. Cynthia Bowers reports on the squeeze facing family farmers as oil prices surge.

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