Show rundown for 9/29/2003Play
Trial Begins for Tyco's Kozlowski
Dennis Kozlowski, former CEO of Tyco International, faces charges that he allegedly stole $600 million from Tyco through unauthorized compensation and illegal stock trades.
Manulife Acquires John Hancock Financial
Manulife Financial Corp. of Canada will acquire John Hancock Financial Services in a $10 billion stock swap. John Hancock has long been a corporate leader and sponsor in Boston.
Medicare Reforms Stalled
Last spring, there was some indication that Congress would send a law to the president that would reform Medicare and provide recipients with a prescription drug benefit.
Exit to Freedom
Calvin Johnson spent 16 years in prison for rape before DNA testing proved him innocent.
CIA Calls for Probe of Operative Leak
The White House promises to cooperate with an investigation into whether it released information about a CIA operative. The operative is married to former ambassador Joseph C Wilson IV, who was critical of President Bush's handling of intelligence on Iraq.
Gorilla Escapes Zoo, Again
A gorilla at the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston gets out, again.
Folk music critic Scott Alarik looks at the thriving state of blues music.
This program aired on September 29, 2003.