Show rundown for 10/16/2003

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U.N. Looks at Iraq Role

The U.N. Security Council considers a new resolution on the U.N.'s role in Iraq.

Senate Debates Iraq Costs

The U.S. Senate debates war costs and reconstruction in Iraq.

Halliburton Accused of Overcharging for Iraq Oil

Two congressmen say Halliburton is overcharging the U.S. government for fuel in Iraq.

Frontline's "Chasing a Sleeper Cell"

A documentary airing on Frontline looks at the war on terror at home and the case against the Yemeni Americans in Lakawana, New York.

Anglicans Meet to Discuss Gay Priests

Anglican leaders meet in London to discuss gay priests as conservative leaders threaten to leave the Anglican Communion association over the issue of homosexuality.

Pope Marks 25th Anniversary

Pope John Paul celebrates his 25th anniversary with a mass in Rome.

Investigators Probe Staten Island Crash

Authorities in New York are investigating why a Staten Island ferry slammed into a pier, killing at least 10 people and injuring more than 40.

All Saint's Way

Mother Theresa will be beatified tomorrow. A man in Boston's North End talks about how he has been preparing for this.

Cubs Lose to Marlins, Sox Hope for Victory

Today, Red Sox fans woke to a bright fall day, full of possibility. In Chicago, clouds have settled in, as the Cubs are out of the running for the World Series.

This program aired on October 16, 2003.


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