Alamoudi Accused of Funding Terrorists
U.S. prosecutors allege that Abdurahman Alamoudi, who was charged this week with illegally accepting money from Libya, also helped to fund terrorists in the U.S. and overseas.
Loans to Iraq
Some members of the U.S. Senate want to make part of the $20 billion President Bush is seeking for reconstruction of Iraq loans or loan guarantees.
Companies Bid for Iraq Cell Phone Contracts
Potentially lucrative contracts for Iraq's cell phone system are up for grabs.
Jhumpa Lahiri's "The Namesake"
Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri has written her first novel, "The Namesake."
Group Meets to Block Gay Marriage
A group of conservatives are meeting in Washington to outline their strategy on preventing gays from marrying in the United States.
Immigrant Freedom Ride
Busses of immigrants are arriving in Washington, DC today, holding their own "Freedom Ride."
Hillary Clinton's Book Edited for China
Senator Hillary Clinton's memoir is a bestseller in China, but readers there are just getting part of the story.
Texas Prison Food
State budgets are strained and so some states are cutting back on the food they serve to prisoners in order to save money
High Tech Kitchen
Just when you thought you're measuring cup measured up, kitchen queen Kathy Gunst talks about the new gadgets on the market for the cook who must have everything.
This program aired on October 1, 2003.