Palestinians Attack Scholar over "Right of Return" Findings
A mob of Palestinians attacked a respected Palestinian political scientist as he announced a startling finding from a survey of Palestinian refugees. The poll suggested that only a small minority of them would exercise a "right of return" to Israel as part of a peace agreement.
Iraq NGOs Face Violence
We explore how violence has effected the non-governmental organizations in Iraq.
Intelligence Reports and Troops in Iraq
Members on this week's DC roundtable talk about intelligence reports and troops in Iraq.
Washington Heights School System Sued
The New York Civil Liberties Union has filed suit in Manhattan's federal district court on behalf of two girls, aged 13 and 14. The girls were told they couldn't return to Intermediate School 164 in Washington Heights until they were tested to prove they hadn't contracted a sexually transmitted disease and that they weren't pregnant.
A doctor who supports suicide deals with his own terminal illness.
GW University Creates Curriculum for Saudis
George Washington University rolls out a virtual red carpet for Saudi royalty.
The Two Tenors
Here and Now's classical music connoisseur Ellen Pfiefer reviews "Duetto" by the two tenors, Marcelo Alvarez and Salvatore Licitra.
This program aired on July 14, 2003.