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Himself - Anchor
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Himself - President (archive footage)
Carl Levin ...
Himself - Senator, Michigan
Tony Snow ...
Himself - White House Press Secretary
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Himself - Senator, Arizona (archive footage)
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Himself - British Prime Minister (archive footage)
Jim Miklaszewski ...
Himself - Correspondent
Chip Reid ...
Himself - Correspondent
Harry Reid ...
Himself - Sentor, Nevada
Nancy Boyda ...
Herself - Representative-Elect, Kansas
Crystal Davis ...
Herself - Amputee
Jimmy Davis ...
Himself - Crystal's Father
Paul Pasquina ...
Himself - Chief of Rehabilitation
Tom Porter ...
Himself - Korea Veteran & Amputee
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Lead story focuses on the Iraq War and President Bush's resistance to Democrats' calls for a troop withdrawal. Other reports look at the new Democratic congress, the agenda for the lame duck session Congree, the steps Giuliani is taking toward a presidential run, amputee war veterans, ethnic cleansing in the Darfur region of Sudan, the dangers of Tamiflu, the link between red meat and breast cancer, Gerald Ford becoming the oldest living president, and ground breaking for the Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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