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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Louisiana Governor On Katrina

Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco spoke to The Early Show about the destruction in her state brought on by Hurricane Katrina, as well as the new threat to New Orleans.

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Gas Prices Soar

Even with President Bush deciding to open oil reserves, gas prices rose to $3 a gallon and people lined up to get access to the pump. Anthony Mason reports.

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Hundreds Die In Iraq Stampede

A rumor of a suicide bomber set off a stampede that crushed hundreds as others drowned in the Tigris River. Lara Logan reports.

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Horrific Stampede

Lara Logan reports for CBSNews.com on the deadly stampede that killed over 150 people in Baghdad.

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Iraq Stampede Kills Hundreds

A religious procession in Iraq turned into disaster when a false alarm caused a stampede that may have killed up to 1,000 people. CBS News' Stacy Case reports.

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Iraq Stampede Aftermath

CBS News RAW: A stampede on a Baghdad bridge killed more than 600 people, and authorities said the death toll may climb to over 1,000. Some plunged into the Tigris River.

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Bush Likens Terror War To WWII

U.S. warplanes have destroyed terrorist safe houses in Iraq. Meanwhile, the president used the 60th anniversary of the end of World War Two to bolster support for Iraq. Stacy Case reports.

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Investing For Retirement

Vera Gibbons of Kiplinger's Personal Finance told The Early Show how much you should have when you retire, as Social Security and pension plans are no longer reliable.

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FEMA Boss On Katrina Plans

Mike Brown, director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, spoke to The Early Show's Julie Chen about the government's relief plans for the areas hit by Hurricane Katrina.

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