Show rundown for 10/28/2003

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Senate Considers Amendment to AIDS Package

Dr. Judy Auerbach of the American Foundation for AIDS Research discusses how the U.S. Senate is handling President George Bush's $15 billion pledge for the worldwide fight against AIDS.

Warren Buffet in Barron's

Reporter Andrew Barry of Barron's magazine about his recent interview with investor Warren Buffet.

Judge Rules English to Hispanic Dad

A judge in Nebraska has ruled that a Hispanic dad cannot speak Spanish to his 5-year-old daughter.

Fires Threaten Valley Near LA

Firefighters work to contain blazes that threaten the San Fernando Valley.


You may have more friends than you thought, at least in cyberspace.

MA Ponders Tax Holiday

The Massachusetts Senate is considering a tax holiday on Christmas Eve to encourage Bay State buyers to spend money.

Race for Governor: Kentucky

A three part series on gubernatorial races around the country begins with a look at the race in Kentucky.

Philly Mayor Ahead Despite Setbacks

Despite having his phone bugged by the FBI and inquiries into mysterious city contracts, Philadelphia's Mayor is ahead in the race against Republican challenger Sam Katz.

Ballerina Jennifer Gelfand Retires

Ballerina Jennifer Gelfand of the Boston Ballet retires at 31.

This program aired on October 28, 2003.


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