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Saturday, October 14, 2006

1978- John Paul II Elected

This Week In History: Cardinal Karol Jozef Wojtyła was elected pope on Oct. 16, 1978. He took the name John Paul II and would reign for over 26 years.

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Another Page Investigation

Investigators are looking into a camping trip that Congressman Jim Kolbe took with two former pages. Meanwhile, more details have emerged in the Mark Foley investigation. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Richardson On North Korea

New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson once negotiated directly with the North Korean government as a United Nations ambassador. He talks to Russ Mitchell about the communist nation.

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104 Years Young

104-year-old Mathilda Karel Spak volunteers at a California hospital and even ran for governor four years ago. Bill Whitaker spent some time with her to find out the secrets to a long life.

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The Air Force Gets A Monument

The U.S. Air Force was honored with a monument near Washington. President Bush attended the dedication ceremony. Joie Chen has more details.

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The Nuclear Genie

South Africa dismantled its nuclear arsenal after a series of talks with the U.S. Officials hope that this experience will aid them in their dealings with North Korea. Thalia Assuras has more.

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U.N. Approves Sanctions

The U.N. Security Council unanimously voted in favor of placing financial and weapons sanctions on North Korea. The communist nation's ambassador rejected the measures. Randall Pinkston reports.

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Troop Withdrawal Plan

Advisers inside and outside of the Pentagon are developing plans for what would amount to a troop withdrawal schedule in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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The Korean Divide

Allen Pizzey reports that it's business as usual at the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, as both sides wait to hear the terms of the U.N. sanctions.

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Sanctions For North Korea

The United Nations is working on a resolution that would demand North Korea stop nuclear testing and resume negotiations as part of the six-party talks. Jim Axelrod has more.

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