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Monday, October 9, 2006

Nuke Test Sparks Condemnation

The U.N. Security Council condemned North Korea's reported nuclear test. The U.S. is proposing harsh sanctions against the country. Jim Axelrod has the story.

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GOP Rep Confronted Foley

Republican Congressman Jim Kolbe reportedly confronted Mark Foley six years ago about his exchanges with teenage pages. The scandal continues to hurt the GOP at the polls. Pauline Chiou has more.

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World Reacts To Nuke Test

Much of the international community is displeased by news that North Korea has conducted its first nuclear weapons test. Drew Levinson reports from outside the United Nations.

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David Martin On Nuclear Test

National Security Correspondent David Martin at the Pentagon offers an analysis of the situation surrounding North Korea's claim of a nuclear weapons test.

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N.K. Ambassador On Nuke Claims

CBS News RAW: Pak Gil Yon, North Korea's Ambassador to the U.N., says the Security Council should congratulate his country for its nuclear test and that it will aid peace and security.

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Bush Condemns N. Korea Test

CBS News RAW: President Bush reacted to North Korea's claim to have conducted a nuclear test, saying the U.S. is working to confirm the claim. He also said the test threatens world peace.

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U.S. Demands Severe Sanctions

Members of the U.N. Security Council condemned North Korea's reported nuclear test. The United States is proposing new, tougher sanctions against the country. Drew Levinson reports.

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More Violence Hits Iraq

The brother of Iraq's vice president was assassinated in his own home. Meanwhile, dozens of Iraqi policemen were hospitalized after being poisoned. Charlie D'Agata has more details.

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'Unsafe At Any Altitude'

The government's "No Fly List" is one of the facts of modern travel. But this list of potential terrorists is more likely to be wrong than right, as Harry Smith finds out from author Joseph Trento.

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Was It A Nuclear Explosion?

North Korea is boasting that it has conducted its first nuclear weapons test, but David Martin reports only an explosion of some sort is confirmed.

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New Page Scandal Allegations

New allegations have surfaced in the Congressional page scandal, and the controversy is causing trouble for Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Verifying Nuke Test Claims

Peter Zimmerman, a nuclear arms expert and a former chief scientist at the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, speaks with Harry Smith about verifying North Korea's alleged nuclear test.

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Sanctions For North Korea?

The Bush Administration is calling for immediate U.N. action against North Korea. Bill Plante reports the nuclear test is being called a provocative act in defiance of the international community.

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Medical ID Theft

The government estimates that nearly 200,000 Americans are falling victim to medical identification theft. Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen explains how you could be at risk.

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World Condemns Nuke Test Claim

North Korea's elusive leader Kim Jong-Il said he would test nuclear weapons and this weekend, he did just that. Barry Petersen reports it was a shock heard round the world.

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President Warns North Korea

Only On The Web: Bill Plante reports on President Bush's reaction to North Korea's claim to have tested a nuclear weapon.

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Expert On Nuke Test Sanctions

CBS News RAW: Peter Zimmerman, a nuclear arms expert and a former chief scientist at the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, discusses possible sanctions against North Korea.

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Eye To Eye- Assessing N. Korea

Only On The Web: Katie Couric interviews Ambassador Wendy Sherman, former adviser to President Bill Clinton, about the purported nuclear test in North Korea.

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Notebook- North Korean Nukes

Only On The Web: North Korea's reported nuclear test is cause for major concern. Katie Couric comments on how the world can deal with an unpredictable nuclear power.

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First Look- Nuclear Claims

Only On The Web: Katie Couric is out doing interviews, so Rome Hartman takes the seat previewing tonight's big story ? North Korea's purported nuclear test.

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Eye To Eye- Assessing N. Korea

Only On The Web: Katie Couric interviews Ambassador Wendy Sherman, former adviser to President Clinton, about the purported nuclear test in North Korea; then Katie Couric files her notebook.

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No Fly List

Steve Kroft reports on the government's inaccurate and sloppy list of people who possibly pose a threat to civilian aviation.

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Ex-Charwoman Fiorina Speaks

Former Hewlett-Packard chairwoman, Carly Fiorina, speaks with Lesley Stahl about being fired after a mysterious leak was made to the "Wall Street Journal" regarding company restructuring.

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LaHood and Davis on Foley

Congressman Ray LaHood, R-Ill. and Congressman Tom Davis, R-Va., who once served as a page, join "Face the Nation" to discuss the impact of the Foley scandal on November elections.

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