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Arab Leaders Support U.S. Peace Plan

Arab leaders meeting in Egypt with President George W. Bush backed the U.S. road map to Middle East peace, urging Israel to embrace its crucial role in the process of normalizing life for Palestinians.

Arab Press Reacts to Bush Middle East Talks

As President Bush meets leaders in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan, we hear how Arab news is reporting this historic trip.

Gamal Mubarak

As Mubarak meets with Bush we learn more about his son Gamal Mubarak.

Brain Scanning in Psychiatry

New ways of seeing brain scans are changing the ways psychiatrists are seeing the brain.

Arizona Church Sex Scandal

We'll have the latest on the lingering sex abuse scandal in the Phoenix Diocese.

Women's Group Seeks Abortion for Mentally Retarded Rape Victim

A mentally retarded rape victim who is six months pregnant was appointed a legal guardian yesterday. The National Organization for Women is asking that her guardian grant permission for the victim to have an abortion.

Professor Compiles Blue Book Bloopers

Professor Anders Henriksson has collected college student's exam bloopers in a new book called "Non Campus Mentis: World History According to College Students."

Horseback Riding in Central Park

The celebrity horses of Central Park. The horses work on Broadway, in TV commercials, and you can ride them, too.

This program aired on June 3, 2003.

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