Iraq Postwar Challenges Felt Abroad, and at Home
A roundup of the political impact of Iraq postwar in Washington, DC, and a look at the security situation in Baghdad.
Blair Visit Shadowed by Britain's Iraq Doubts
We have a preview of Tony Blair's Thursday address before a joint session of Congress.
Everything is Illuminated
We speak to Jonathan Safran Foer about his book "Everything is Illuminated" and about his fame in the literary world.
WTC Construction Dispute
We look at the battle between a developer and an architect over construction on the World Trade Center Site.
On the list of endangered species may be your local mall, which leaves many urban planners wondering what to do with the space. We speak to Steven Bodzin from the Congress for the New Urbanism in San Francisco.
Sea Island to Host G8 in 2004
Sea Island, Georgia has always attracted an elite crowd, but now the place is going to be thrown in something of an uproar as it has been chosen to host the 2004 G8 Summit.
Windows on Tribeca
We speak to Mohammed Shamim, a former banquet waiter at the Windows on the World restaurant, about his involvement in a new cooperative restaurant with other former employees.
We talk to poet Martin Espada about his new book "Alabanza: New and Selected Poems 1982-2002" and the poem he wrote honoring restaurant workers killed on 9/11.
This program aired on July 16, 2003.