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Sunday, December 4, 2005

Gulf Stream Loses Its Cool

As thousand of activists demand urgent action from the United States about global warming, a new British government study reports that the gulf stream is cooling. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Recruiting Faces Legal Hurdles

Military recruiting is at the heart of an upcoming Supreme Court case, which pits the "don't ask, don't tell" policy against the "don't discriminate" policy of universities. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Pre-election Violence In Iraq

From a failed assassination attempt on former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi to a fire bomb at a Shiite marketplace, pre-election violence is erupting around Iraq. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Town Mourns 10 Marines Killed

In Southern California, family, friends and colleagues mourned the ten Marines killed in an ambush last week in Fallujah, Iraq. Vince Gonzales reports.

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Wave Of Violence In Iraq

Days before Iraq's parliamentary elections are set to begin, violence erupted in Baghdad and Fallujah, including an assassination attempt on former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi. Drew Levinson reports.

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Wave Of Violence In Iraq

Days before Iraq's parliamentary elections are set to begin, violence erupted in Baghdad and Fallujah, including an assassination attempt on former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi. Drew Levinson reports.

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Labor Unrest In South Korea

CBS News RAW: Organized by the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, nearly 20,000 farmers and striking workers protested a government bill to liberalize the rice market.

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Children's Bodies Identified

Dr. Lisa Kohler, Summit County Medical Examiner and Jeffery Strelzin, Sr. Assistant Attorney General of N.H., discuss the identification of the bodies of two children who had been missing since 2003.

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Tape May Show Marine Ambush

An unconfirmed videotape may show the ambush of 10 U.S. Marines killed while on patrol in Fallujah. The tape, reportedly shot by an insurgent group, was aired by Al Jazeera. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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10 Marines Killed In Iraq

10 U.S. Marines were killed outside of Fallujah when they were lured into a trap and ambushed. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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