Show rundown for 10/15/2003

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Doctors to Remove Patient's Feeding Tube

A severely brain damaged patient will have her feeding tubes removed today. Her family is divided on her fate.

Doctors Allowed to Recommend Medical Pot

The Supreme Court let stand an appeals court ruling that doctors may not be investigated by federal authorities for recommending marijuana as a medical treatment for their patients.

Tommy Chong in Jail

An icon from the 1970s is behind bars for selling a glass water pipe over the internet.

Baseball's Underdog Teams Face Elimination

Fans of the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox are on the edge of their seats today: their teams must win tonight if they're to have a hope of going on to the World Series.

Gaza Bomb Kills Three Americans

A remote-controlled bomb exploded under a U.S. diplomatic convoy in the Gaza Strip, killing three Americans.

Debt Counseling Under Investigation

Many Americans find themselves late on their credit card payments and turn to credit counseling services. But these businesses are now under federal investigation for misleading their clients.

The Divers of Queens Lose a Shop

A much loved scuba shop in Queens gets ready to close. Where will the divers of Queens go now?

Scott Turow on the Death Penalty

The attorney-author Scott Turow talks about his new book, a reflection on how he came to be against the death penalty.

This program aired on October 15, 2003.


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