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Monday, April 18, 2005

Betting On A Pope

Public opinion is something the papal conclave must take into account. Allen Pizzey reports how the Vatican is gauging what Catholics want — and how it has in the past.

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Young Iraq Volunteer Killed

A car bomb on the deadliest six-mile stretch in Baghdad killed U.S. aid worker Marla Ruzicka, 26. Lee Cowan reports on her cunning fundraising for Iraq's reconstruction and general good deeds.

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Brazil's Papal Hopeful

Forty percent of the world's Catholic population lives in Latin America, and many of them would love to see a representative pope. Trish Regan spoke to people in Brazil about their favorite candidate.

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Black Smoke, No Pope

As crowds in Rome watch a small smokestack for signs of election progress, cardinals continue to cast ballots for a new pope. Speculation abounds on John Paul's successor, John Roberts reports.

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Papal Candidates

Credible papal successors come from at least three distinct regions: Europe, Africa and Latin America. CBS News' Richard Roth reports on some of the most likely candidates.

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Pleasure Cruise Gone Awry

A Caribbean cruise turned into a terror for thousands of passengers when their ship was hit by a seven-story wave. Passengers James and Gina Fraley discussed the nightmare on The Early Show.

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Conclave's Papal Issues

Monsignor Kevin McCoy, Rector of the North American College in Rome, tells The Early Show what kind of issues the cardinals face in choosing the new pope.

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Papal Election Begins

The 115 cardinals that will select the Roman Catholic Church's new pope are locking themselves behind closed doors for the conclave. CBS News' John Roberts reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Black smoke, no pope; cruise nightmare; the science of family life.

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Highway In The Sky

The folks at NASA have built something called 'The Highway in the Sky.' As Bob Simon reports, it's a computer system designed to let millions fly whenever they please, in their very own vehicles.

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New Pope's First Vestments

Allen Pizzey has a preview of the vestments that the next pope will be wearing in his first appearance to the world.

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DeLay Speaks Out

Embattled House Majority leader Tom Delay spoke out about his critics and their scathing attacks on his ethics. CBS News' Joie Chen reports from Capitol Hill.

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