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Friday, April 29, 2005

Snag In Social Security Debate

Headlines called President Bush's Social Security proposal a cut to rich retirees. But is it? John Roberts moves past partisan lines with analysis from Anthony Mason and Gloria Borger.

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Deadly String Of Iraq Attacks

A deadly string of blasts shot through Iraq, a new explosion striking almost every hour. Lee Cowan asks: Why all the violence on the day after a slate of new leaders was announced?

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Closure, 34 Years After War

Thirty-four years after a father went missing in Vietnam, his family is paying tribute after his body was located. Mark Strassmann has the story of the Vietnam soldier lost decades ago.

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Playing With Asbestos

A new EPA study borders on the surreal, John Blackstone reports. To test for asbestos, researchers are playing like children - sandboxes, swing sets, bike rides and all.

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Bush Sets SS, Energy Agenda

In a prime-time television appearance, President Bush announced his specific plans to fix social security and high gas prices. But Democrats aren't biting, Bill Plante reports.

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Bush Defends Bolton

President Bush stood by John Bolton, his nominee to become ambassador to the United Nations, even though Bolton has come under heavy criticism.

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Bush On Judges, Faith

As the Senate continues to debate the future of filibusters, President Bush addressed why he thinks Democrats disagree with his judicial nominees. The president also spoke about faith in politics.

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