Show rundown for 6/20/2003Play
Feds Question Brooklyn Bridge Terror Suspect
A 34-year-old Ohio truck driver has admitted to meeting with Osama Bin Laden, and plotting to destroy the Brooklyn Bridge. He's pleaded guilty to felony terrorism charges and faces 20 years in prison.
McDonald's Says No to Growth Drugs for Animals
Fast food giant McDonald's is telling its suppliers to phase out the use of growth-enhancing antibiotics in animals, a move industry watchers say could curb the practice worldwide.
Bush Starts Campaign Fundraising
President Bush is getting a major jump on his potential rivals for the 2004 Presidential election, kicking off a 10-city fundraising campaign that's expected to pull in up to $200 million.
Robin Young speaks with author David Halberstam and former Red Sox greats Johnny Pesky and Dom Dimaggio about Halberstam's new book "The Teammates."
Trust in Journalism
Our editorial roundtable discusses the issue of media reporting and whether the public can trust the information they get.
We examine the popular new trend of "life coaching," as people seeking direction in their lives turn to those who say they can provide practical, concrete solutions.
Our film reviewers focus on "The Eye," a new horror movie from Hong Kong.
This program aired on June 20, 2003.