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Friday, May 13, 2005

Wish List For Base Shut Downs

The Pentagon revealed bases it would like to close. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says the closures will save billions and make the military better suited for the fight against terrorism.

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Pentagon Unveils Base Hit List

To save an estimated $48 billion dollars, the Pentagon announced a list of Military bases slated to be closed over the next six years. David Martin says politics had something to do with the cuts.

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Marketing The Military

Looking to replenish lagging enrollment numbers, the military is offering a shorter tour of duty to new recruits. Some experts tell Jim Axelrod the strategy might not help fill the hole, though.

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Anti-U.S. Rally In Afghanistan

More anti-American protests erupted in Afghanistan, especially amongst university students, upon reports that the Koran was defaced in a prison camp. Richard Roth has more.

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Parents Outsourcing Etiquette

In an age of convenient consumerism, etiquette is often lost. But some families are trying to restore order, John Blackstone reports, and are even sending their kids to classes for manners.

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Bush Unaware Of D.C. Scare

The White House is trying to explain why President Bush was not notified about the massive air scare in Washington, D.C. John Roberts asks tough questions about the homeland security response.

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