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Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Apparent U.S. Hostage In Iraq

A video on al-Jazeera shows a man that the U.S. Embassy says appears to be Jeffrey Ake, a contract worker from Indiana. Stacy Case has more.

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Ford Explorer Roof Safety

As the government prepares tighter safety standards for motor vehicles roofs, some question if the Ford Explorer meets even current standards. CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Dole's Personal Story

Former Senator Bob Dole's book 'One Soldier's Story' details his personal story as a young soldier in World War II and how it helped shape the man he would become.

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Pilgrims Visit Pope's Grave

Pope John Paul II's gravesite in Rome is now open to the public, and is expected to become a big magnet for pilgrims and tourists. CBS News' Richard Roth reports.

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Is U.S. Vigilant Enough?

With the arrests of three men accused of scouting targets for terrorism, some ask if the U.S. is safe. Security and terrorism expert Neil Livingstone weighs in on The Early Show.

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Evening News Online

Tuesday: Terror indictments, identity theft worries and downloading crackdown.

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Rumsfeld Goes To Iraq - Again

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld made a surprise visit to Iraq, to encourage the country's new government and U.S. troops. CBS News' Lee Cowan reports.

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Rumsfeld Back In Iraq

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is in Iraq again with clear instructions for Iraq's newly chosen leaders and a message for U.S. troops stationed there. Correspondent Stacy Case reports.

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