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Tuesday, October 17, 2006

More North Korean Nuke Tests?

As Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice seeks to pressure North Korea's neighbors to enforce sanctions, there are indications the North is preparing for more nuclear tests. David Martin reports.

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freeSpeech- Lou Barletta

Hazleton, Pa., Mayor Lou Barletta got tired of waiting for the federal government to act on illegal immigration, so, as he says in tonight's freeSpeech, he took his own action.

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Ohio's Political Battle

CBS News RAW: Incumbent Sen. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio, faces challenger Rep. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, in an upcoming election. Both candidates spoke to CBS News.

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Bush Signs '06 Military Act

CBS News RAW: President Bush said the Military Commissions Act of 2006 is one of the most important pieces of legislation on the war on terrorism.

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North Korea Talks Tough

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is on her way to Asia for a four-nation visit amid worries that North Korea may be preparing to conduct a second nuclear test. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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More Nuke Tests For N. Korea?

After a celebration in honor of the "Down With Imperialism Union," many officials would not be surprised if North Korea continues with more nuclear tests. Aleen Sirgany reports.

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N. Korea Marks Anniversary

CBS News RAW: Celebrations in North Korea marked the 80th anniversary of the foundation of the "Down with Imperialism Union."

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on blue chips climbing towards 12,000, former FDA head Lester Crawford will be facing federal charges, and OPEC discusses cutting oil output.

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'The Early Show' Online

Tuesday's stories: More young people are getting involved in politics; Arianna Huffington discusses her new book, "Fearless"; and some teachers are being trained to use guns in school.

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Nuke Showdown's Dividing Line

Michael O'Hanlon, a foreign policy analyst, speaks with Hannah Storm about how the nuclear showdown between North Korea and the U.S. is affecting the international community.

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U.S. Hits 300M Americans

Dr. Emily Senay talks to Harry Smith about the population of America reaching 300 million today, as well as life expectancy and health care.

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N. Korea Shrugs Off Threats

In the face of sanctions, North Korea says it's nonsensical to expect it to yield to pressure and threats when it has become a nuclear state. Allan Pizzey reports on their growing isolation.

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'Generation Y' Voters

Close elections in recent years may be pushing more young people to get involved in politics. Lee Cowan reports from the swing state of Ohio before the mid-term elections.

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N. Korea Calls Sanctions War

As Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice heads to the region for another round of diplomatic talks, there's chatter that North Korea may be gearing up for another nuclear test. David Martin reports.

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Everything Up On Wall Street

This week could be the running of the bulls on Wall Street as the Dow closes in on a record high. Susan McGinnis reports it's been a white-hot couple of weeks.

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N. Korea Sanctions Conflict

The Bush administration is turning up the pressure on China to enforce Security Council measures imposed on North Korea. Bill Plante reports on the conflict regarding the resolution.

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Showdown On N. Korea Sanctions

Harry Smith spoke with Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Nicholas Burns about China's intention not to enforce U.N. sanctions against North Korea.

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