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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Eye To Eye- Condoleezza Rice

Only On The Web: Katie Couric spoke to the Secretary of State about whether the U.S. started on the wrong end of the "Axis of Evil" and what to do next in dealing with North Korea.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports Google is buying YouTube, investors are awaiting Alcoa's profit reports, the Dow closes high despite North Korea, and small businesses could be bad for health.

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N. Korea Sanctions Proposed

Only On The Web: The United States proposed tougher sanctions on North Korea in response to the communist nation's alleged nuclear test. Bill Plante reports from the White House.

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Bolton On N. Korea Sanctions

A draft U.N. resolution calling for sanctions against North Korea is being pushed by U.S. Ambassador John Bolton. Hannah Storm speaks with Bolton about the issue.

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Showdown With North Korea

An unnamed North Korea official said his country could fire a nuclear-tipped missile if the United States doesn't resolve the standoff. David Martin reports the test is still being verified.

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North Korea Faces Sanctions

Wendy Gillette reports on a United Nations resolution that would impose tough sanctions on North Korea as punishment for its reported nuclear test.

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Tough Talk From North Korea

One day after North Korea's alleged nuclear test, the U.S. is in no mood to conduct direct talks with them. Wendy Gillette reports from outside the U.N., where sanctions are being considered.

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Clinton's N. Korea Strategy

CBS News RAW: Peter Zimmerman, a nuclear arms expert and a chief scientist of former President Clinton, discussed what he thinks President Bush did wrong with North Korea.

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McCain On North Korea

CBS News RAW: While campaigning in Michigan, Sen. John McCain stated that North Korea doubts the world's resolve and needs to face strict punishment for purportedly testing nuclear weapons.

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S. Korean Tapped To Head U.N.

South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon was nominated to take over as U.N. Secretary-General. As Frank Ucciardo reports, his first priority will be the crisis over North Korea's nuclear program.

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Ex-Congressional Page Queried

CBS News RAW: FBI agents questioned Jordan Edmund, a former congressional page who may have received suggestive e-mails from ex-congressman Mark Foley.

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Conference On School Violence

The White House invited a panel of students and experts to a summit on school violence near Washington. Jennifer Miller reports.

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Iraqi Vets Turned Candidates

With the war in Iraq increasingly unpopular, Democrats are running a number of anti-war candidates who are also Iraq veterans as congressional candidates. Is that a good plan? Katie Couric reports.

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Strengthening School Security

Amid recent shooting tragedies, President Bush convened a meeting of school safety experts. As Cynthia Bowers reports, one Midwest school may be a model for the nation.

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The Loose Nukes Nightmare

The possibility of a nuclear weapons black market is a worst-case scenario. As chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports, it's one that some officials have worried about for years.

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Next Step- Nuclear Missiles?

Amid widespread condemnation of North Korea's apparent nuclear bomb test, international officials are worried that its next move may be to acquire nuclear-tipped missiles. David Martin reports.

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freeSpeech- Wade Zirkle

Political activist and Iraq war veteran Wade Zirkle says Americans don't hear enough about the patriotism of Iraqi soldiers, and that the media focuses too much on the war's carnage.

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Examining North Korea

Only On The Web: Joel Witt, a former State Department official, tells CBS News' David Martin why North Korea is claiming to have conducted nuclear testing.

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freeSpeech- vanden Heuvel

Katrina vanden Heuvel, TV commentator and editor of The Nation, discusses the enormous financial and human cost of the war in Iraq. She believes the U.S. should head in a different direction.

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Recent Polls Have Dems Ahead

A recent poll suggests that voters have become increasingly wary of Republican officials in the aftermath of the Mark Foley scandal and the increasing violence in Iraq. Bob Schieffer has more.

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