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Groups Criticize Guantanamo Prison

Several groups have submitted reports criticizing the conditions at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The reports criticize the treatment of prisoners, the amount of detainees at the facility, and more.

New Breast Cancer Drug

A new drug treatment is found to greatly cut the risk of recurring breast cancer.

FDA Reviews Breast Implant Gel

A U.S. company asks the FDA to review the use of silicone gel in breast implants. Inamed Corp. of California says their trials indicate the firm's implants are safe.

Deadly Slums in the U.S.

Helen Epstein of the New York Times discusses her forthcoming story about urban slums in the United States.

Celebrities and Politics

Maria Shriver and Jay Leno are two TV celebrities who came out strong for candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger in California. An editorial roundtable discusses the potential ethical problems with celebrities endorsing candidates.

Law Targets Sleepy Drivers in NJ

A New Jersey law makes it illegal to sleep at the wheel.

Kill Bill

Film reviewers take a stab at Quentin Tarantino's new film "Kill Bill."

Bruce Booed

Robin Young went to a Bruce Sprinsteen concert at Shea Stadium, and the crowd reacted in a surprising way.

This program aired on October 10, 2003.

Robin Young Twitter Co-Host, Here & Now
Robin Young brings more than 25 years of broadcast experience to her role as host of Here & Now.

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