Show rundown for 5/19/2003Play
"Road Map" Dealt Blow
The fifth suicide bombing since Saturday night in Israel now savages hope for progress in peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
Analysts Probe Morocco Bombing for Al Qaeda Link
Terrorism analysts say recent suicide bombings in Morocco, and fears of attacks in places like Kenya, indicate that the Al Qaeda terror network is beginning to reorganize and poses a continuing deadly threat worldwide. We consider whether the recent attacks in Morocco have an Al Qaeda link.
Terrorism Concerns in Chechnya
Terrorism is also of concern in the Republic of Chechnya, where Russian officials have been dealing with recent suicide bombings. Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered amnesty to Chechens who lays down their arms in an effort to quell the violence.
Sundance Channel Explores the Culture of Islam
We preview a Sundance film channel series on the culture of Islam.
The Politics of National Security
Our Washington roundtable considers the politics of national security, and examines two bills on defense spending totaling at least $400 Billion, that are expected to pass later this week.
Graduating to a Tight Job Market
We speak with a recent MBA graduate about making the tough transition from academia to a tight job market.
Miles Davis Live at the Black Hawk
Jazz critic James Isaacs discusses the forthcoming release of "Miles Davis in Person: Live at the Blackhawk."
This program aired on May 19, 2003.