Show rundown for 9/17/2003

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Iraq Detainees Claim U.S. Citizenship

The general in the charge of detention centers in Iraq says there are six prisoners claiming to American citizens. They are considered security detainees, which means they are suspected of guerrilla activity.

Camp David Accords at 25 Years

Ambassador Samuel Lewis, who was U.S. ambassador to Israel at the time, talks about the 25th anniversary of the Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel.

Lance Morrow's "Evil"

Time Magazine's Lance Morrow talks about his new book, "Evil."

Drug Inspections in Canada

The FDA says it is concerned that drugs being mailed into the U.S. from Canada are not stored properly during shipping.

Chilling Platelets

A team of U.S. scientists say they have found a way to refrigerate blood platelets; chilling platelets would increase their availability for treating people but also would cut the risk of bacterial infections.

Ohio and 14th Amendment

Ohio ratifies the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, thanks to the work of a group of law students.

World on a Plate

The book "World on a Plate" offers a tour through ethnic cuisine in the United States.

Fashion Week with Nanette Lepore

Designer Nanette Lepore talks about Fashion Week in New York City and whether fashion has lost some of its flair.

This program aired on September 17, 2003.

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