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Friday, January 10, 2003

N. Korea Drops Out

North Korea gave the world a slap in the face, saying it's dropping out of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, reports Barry Petersen.

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Price Jump At The Pump

Americans can expect to pay at least 10 cents more at the gas pump in the spring, due to the political chaos in Venezuela -- irregardless of what happens with Iraq, reports John Blackstone.

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Gov. Ryan Grants Pardons

Illinois Governor George Ryan formally granted pardons to four inmates on death row exonerating them of the charges.

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Mixed Signals From N. Korea

Mixed signals from N. Korea who warns of a 'World War III' yet is holding talks with a surprising figure, former U.N. Ambassador Bill Richardson, Barry Petersen reports.

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High School Cyanide Charge

A Maryland teenager was charged Thursday with killing a high school friend with cyanide he learned about on the Internet, reports Joie Chen.

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Illinois Execution Pardons

All of the inmates on Illinois's death row, more than 150 prisoners, could have their death sentences commuted by the state's governor before he leaves office next week, reports Mike Wallace.

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N. Korea To Talk

The North Korean government appears ready for an unofficial, but still important, dialogue with the U.S. on defusing the nuclear weapons crisis, John Roberts reports.

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