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Monday, October 16, 2006

First Look- N. Korea & Hawaii

Only On The Web: "CBS Evening News" Executive Producer Rome Hartman comments on the stories slated for tonight's broadcast, which includes N. Korea's nuke test and the earthquake in Hawaii.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports the earnings parade picks up, investors are keeping an eye on interest rates, and the FCC looks to the public before deciding on the AT&T-Bellsouth merger.

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Real To Reel- Forest Whitaker

In "The Last King of Scotland," Forest Whitaker plays violent army officer and Ugandan President, Idi Amin.

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More Violence In Iraq

Sectarian violence continued to flare up in Iraq, where car bombs hit a Shiite funeral. Nearly 60 have been killed. Aleen Sirgany has more details.

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Ban Ki-Moon's Path To The U.N.

South Korea Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon will become the eighth secretary-general of the United Nations on Jan. 1. Frank Ucciardo reports on his long journey.

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Rice- We're Ready For N. Korea

CBS News RAW: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said "the U.S. has both the will and capability to meet the full range of our security and deterrent commitments to our allies."

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North Korea's Wary Neighbors

While China and South Korea support financial and weapons sanctions on North Korea, they have been careful not to disrupt the status quo with their neighbor. Allen Pizzey has more details.

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Nuclear Test Confirmed

Air samples gathered by an Air Force plane confirmed that North Korea set off a nuclear device. There are signs that the rogue nation could commence with another test. David Martin reports.

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A Bitter Debate

A new debate over Islamic integration has broken out in the U.K. It began when a senior government minister asked some Muslim women to remove their veils. Sheila MacVicar has more details.

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Cleaner Diesel Fuel

New government rules have drastically cut the amount of sulfur in diesel fuel. This could lead to cleaner air and more interest in diesel cars. Bianca Solorzano reports from White Plains, N.Y.

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Violent Crime Up In America

A new report released by the Police Executive Research Forum found that violent crime rates are up in many cities. Mayors and police chiefs blame the federal government. Randall Pinkston reports.

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