Show rundown for 9/23/2003Play
Bush Addresses United Nations
President Bush addresses the United Nations today, calling for more international assistance in rebuilding Iraq. Bush also resisted demands by French President Jacques Chirac that control of Iraq be transferred immediately to the Iraqi people.
Iraq Governing Council Calls for Control
Ahmed Chalabi says Iraqis should be given partial control of the finance and security ministries.
Annan Suggests U.N. Reform
U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan will today propose reforms that would make the body more responsive to terrorism.
Long Term Impact of ID Theft
A new study says that the long term impact of identity theft is a lot more costly than first thought. For instance, victims spend an average of 600 hours recovering from the crime. And the business community loses about $92,000 per name in fraudulent charges.
European Reaction to Chirac Opposition
President Jacques Chirac of France is addressing the U.N. today and is expected to stress his opposition to U.S. policies in Iraq.
Iran Agent Charged in Kazemi Death
An Iranian court charges an intelligence agent with the murder of photojournalist Zahra Kazemi.
CA Recall Reinstated
A federal court reinstated today the California recall election for October 7.
Singer Michelle Shocked joins Here and Now in the studio.
This program aired on September 23, 2003.