Sun News Digest

SUN NEWS DIGEST

October 14, 2006

WORLD

N. Korea sanctions planned

The U.N. Security Council plans to vote today on a resolution imposing sanctions on North Korea for its nuclear test after a session to address Chinese and Russian concerns over how to implement them. Pg 1A

NATIONAL

Rep. Ney admits guilt, to resign

Rep. Bob Ney, an Ohio Republican, pleaded guilty to influence-peddling charges stemming from his involvement in the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal and announced that he plans to resign from Congress in the next few weeks. Pg 3A

MARYLAND

Land dispute

The state has paid $6.5 million to preserve 500 acres on the Eastern Shore that some critics say could never be developed. Pg 1a

Hopkins official to leave

The Johns Hopkins University official charged with fixing its often criticized technology system has resigned after 18 months on the job. pg 12c

New lift for Southwest

The repeal of the so-called Wright Amendment will let Southwest Airlines passengers from Baltimore fly to Dallas's Love Field and points beyond without having to buy two tickets. pg 12c

SPORTS

Rogers, Monroe lead Tigers

Tigers starter Kenny Rogers dominated and Craig Monroe had all three RBIs in Detroit's 3-0 victory over the Oakland Athletics in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series. The wild-card Tigers are a win away from playing in the World Series for the first time since 1984. pg 1c

TODAY

Looking for Ms. Fright

A dad and his pre-teen daughter set out to find her the perfect Halloween costume. pg d1

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