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Study Examines U.S. Worker Decline

A new study indicates nearly 1 in 5 Americans workers was laid off from their jobs in the last three years. And a vast majority of them received no advance notice, no severance pay, and no career counseling from their employers.

U.S. Changes Tactics in Iraq

The Washington Post reports that the US military is adopting more aggressive tactics in its hunt for Iraqi fighters.

Bob Hope Dies

Comedian Bob Hope has died at the age of 100.

Political Discourse at State Capitols

Two newspaper editors weigh in on the state of political discourse at state capitols around the country.

Pros and Cons: U.S. Involvement in Liberia

The U.S has troops off of Liberia's coast, but President Bush says they will not aid in peacekeeping until President Charles Taylor steps down.

Internships Not for Students Anymore

It used to be that college students did internships — it was a way to get their foot in the door and get some experience. Increasingly, though, older workers are using internships.

Lift Every Voice

The music of Jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd.

This program aired on July 28, 2003.

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