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Sunday, October 1, 2006

Redefining 'Enemy Combatant'

Legal analyst Andrew Cohen talks to Russ Mitchell about the terror legislation Congress sent to the president. He explains how the new law redefines the term "enemy combatant."

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The Return Of The 'Swift Boat'

The organization responsible for attacking John Kerry's Vietnam War record is back. The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth are now questioning Democrat John Murtha's own military record.

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9/11 Hijackers Appear On Tape

London's Sunday Times released a tape of two of the 9/11 hijackers smiling and joking around with each other. The video was believed to have been made at a training camp in Afghanistan.

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Foley Fallout Continues

GOP leaders may have known about former Congressman Mark Foley's sexually explicit emails to teenage boys months before the allegations surfaced. Joie Chen has more details.

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Forgotten Words

An unpublished poem written by Robert Frost was recently discovered. Though the poem was written nearly 90 years ago, it holds a special significance today. Russ Mitchell has more details.

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Members Of Congress Head Home

Before senators and congressional representatives headed home to take part in their reelection campaigns, they passed a number of immigration and defense bills. Joie Chen reports from Capitol Hill.

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China's Press Crackdown

With the use of cell phones and the Internet increasing, Chinese officials are struggling to control the spread of information. Barry Petersen reports that this could lead to more press restrictions.

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Baghdad Under Curfew

Officials ordered a complete lockdown of the Iraqi capital, after a Sunni political leader's bodyguard was detained on suspicion he was preparing suicide bombings inside the Green Zone.

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