Forces Speculate Whereabouts of Hussein
We get a report from Baghdad, where there's widespread speculation that a U.S. air strike targeting a meeting of high-level Iraqi leaders may have killed Saddam Hussein and his sons.
Report from the 101st
A report from embedded reporter Don North with the 101st Airborne Division.
U.S. 3rd Infantry Division Attacked Near Baghdad
Embedded reporter Sean Naylor reports on an attack on the U.S. 3rd Infantry Division just outside Baghdad.
Military Analysis from Tad Oelstrom
Retired U.S. General Tad Oelstrom has analysis of the latest military news in the war with Iraq.
Restoring Iraq's Marshland
We hear about efforts to restore marshlands in Iraq that were destroyed by Saddam Hussein in 1991.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz
We get a profile of the controversial and powerful member of the Bush cabinet.
The Environmental Impact of War
With dust and debris from bombs, and thick smoke from burning oil fields in Iraq, we get a sense of the environmental impact the war is having on people living in the region.
Reporter Jim Patten
An interview with Jim Patten, reporter for the Lawrence Eagle Tribune, who won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the accidental drowning of four boys in the Merrimack River.
Poetry from World War II
We hear verse from the defining conflict of the 20th century: poetry from World War II.
Today's News Wrap-Up: April 8, 2003
A wrap-up of the day's world events.
This program aired on April 8, 2003.