Show rundown for 6/17/2003

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Former House of Commons Leader to Testify in Iraq Inquiry

Former House of Commons leader Robin Cook, who resigned in protest over Britain's policy regarding war with Iraq, is the first witness in an inquiry about how intelligence information was used by the government in the months leading up to the war.

New Findings Cast Doubt on Lynch Rescue

There are new revelations about the capture and eventual rescue of Private Jessica Lynch in Iraq that cast doubt on the details initially reported.

Officials Seize Cesium from Taxi in Republic of Georgia

In the Republic of Georgia, a cab driver is being questioned after authorities found containers of cesium and other materials in his taxi that are often used to make so-called radioactive "dirty bombs."

Dark Side of the Internet

We take a look at the dark side of the internet and find that in chat rooms and other parts of the World Wide Web, nasty material is getting nastier still.

Healthcare Guarantees in Maine

The legislature in Maine has passed a bill that guarantees health care insurance for all Maine residents by the year 2009. We speak with Maine Governor John Baldacci, who crafted the plan.

Turner Falls Calls for Families to Donate Tax Credit

In Turners Falls, Massachusetts, there's a call for families to donate their $400 tax credit to the local public schools, which are in dire need of funding.

Navajo Flute Maker

We speak with and hear some music from a Navajo flute maker.

Capturing the Friedmans

Director Andrew Jarecki discusses his new documentary "Capturing the Friedmans."

This program aired on June 17, 2003.


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