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Year 2000 in Review #391653

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 29, 2000
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The top stories of the year 2000 featured; scenes shown from various news stories, including millennium celebrations, floods in Mozambique, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing memorial, the story of six-year- old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez, the fires near Los Alamos, New Mexico, the Microsoft antitrust case, Firestone tire problems, the sinking of the Russian sub Kursk, the RU-486 abortion pill, the Yemen bombing of the USS Cole, the violence in the Middle East, the 2000 elections and the aftermath. [Attorney General Janet RENO - says Microsoft has committed antitrust violations.] [Planned Parenthood President Gloria FELDT, right-to-life ADVOCATE - offer differing opinions on RU-486.] [President CLINTON - addresses mourners at the USS Cole memorial; says nobody can say again their vote does not matter.] [Vice President Al GORE - offers concession.]

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