Indiana U.S. Senator Richard Lugar plans to take a job outside government when he leaves the Senate in January. His spokesman says the senator has been talking with some think tanks and universities about positions, taking advantage of his long tenure as a leading member of the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee. The Republican Center has been mentioned as a possible Secretary of State or CIA Director, but Lugar's spokesman says those reports are false. The 80-year-old was first elected to the Senate in 1976. But as you remember, he lost the Republican Primary against Richard Mourdock in May.