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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

More Black Smoke

Still no decision from the Sistine Chapel, where the College of Cardinals is meeting to choose a new pope. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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'A Million Thanks' For Troops

California 16-year-old Shauna Fleming started a campaign called 'A Million Thanks,' sending letters to U.S. soldiers. She told The Early Show about her new book.

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Archbishop Describes Process

Archbishop John Patrick Foley, the former Vatican Communications Minister, told The Early Show about the cardinals' process of choosing the pope's successor.

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Cardinals- No New Pope

After three ballots, cardinals locked in the Sistine Chapel have failed to choose Pope John Paul II's successor. CBS News Correspondent John Roberts reports.

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Catholics Welcome Next Pope

From Missoula to Macon, U.S. Catholics are speculating about what sort of pope Joseph Ratzinger will be. In New York, Sharyn Alfonsi talks with both the hopeful and the skeptical.

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DeLay Slams Justice Kennedy

House Republican leader Tom DeLay made claims about judicial activism and seemed highly critical of Justice Anthony Kennedy in a radio interview. Gloria Borger deciphers DeLay's message.

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Oklahoma Marks Day Of Terror

Ten years after the blast that defined 'terrorism' for the United States, Bob McNamara peers into Oklahoma City's heart and talks to the blast's youngest survivors, many of whom are now flourishing.

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Papal Election Confusion

When Pope John Paul II was elected in 1978, he vowed to fix some of the confusing details about the papal conclave. But it was still confusing, reports Allen Pizzey.

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U.S. Experts Chat On Pope

Anchor Bob Schieffer speaks with two U.S. Monsignors, Robert Wister, a history professor at Seton Hall University, and Brian Ferme, Dean of Canon Law at Catholic University, about the new pope.

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German Cardinal Named Pope

When smoke began pouring out of the Sistine Chapel chimney, Rome didn't know how to react. It was a quick choice, showing the power and pull Germany's Joseph Ratzinger had on the papal conclave.

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New Pope Greets Crowd

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany emerged onto the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica, where he waved to a wildly cheering crowd of tens of thousands and gave his first blessing as pope.

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Cheney Recalls Okla. Bombing

Vice President Dick Cheney spoke at the Memorial Ceremony honoring the 168 victims of the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19, 1005. The event took place at First United Methodist Church.

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New Pope Named

Joseph Ratzinger, the dean of the Roman Catholic College of Cardinals, has been elected the new pope. He has taken the name Benedict XVI. Manuel Gallegus has more from the Vatican.

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New Pope Announced

Cardinal Jorge Arturo Medina Estivez announced to the crowd gathered at St. Peter's that Joseph Ratzinger was elected the new pope, and had taken the name Benedict XVI.

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Bells Signal New Pope

There was confusion over the color of the smoke rising from the Sistine Chapel, but when the bells above St. Peter's began ringing, it was confirmed that a new pope had been elected.

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Smoke Signals, But No Pope

Black smoke emerged from the Sistine Chapel, signaling that the cardinals voted but have not yet decided on a new pope. Manuel Gallegus reports from the Vatican.

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Watching For Smoke Signals

The world watched for the first smoke signals from the Sistine chapel that will show whether a new pope has been elected. Manuel Gallegus reports on how the cardinals spent their morning.

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Pleasure Cruise Scare

Passengers of pleasure cruise recount terror of hitting a seven-story wave on return trip to New York from the Bahamas over the weekend.

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