Show rundown for 11/3/2003Play
Officials Probe Deadly Missile Attack
Investigators look into who was behind a missile attack on a U.S. Army helicopter in Iraq. Sixteen soldiers were killed and 20 injured.
Groups React to Gay Bishop Consecration
Conservative Anglicans around the world are reacting to the consecration of Bishop Gene Robinson.
Mutual Fund Wrongdoers
The founder of Strong Mutual Funds resigns his post as chair of the funds' board and the chief of Putnam Investments gets ready to step down.
Jobs Loss and Creation
Economist Andrew Sum of Northeastern University talks about job loss and job creation in the U.S.
Bank of America Merger
Steve Romaine, author of "Soldier of Fortune 500," talks about what happens to workers when their companies merge.
Poll Shows Iraq Support Slip
Two newspaper editors discuss the missile attack in Iraq and poll numbers indicating Americans' support for the war is slipping.
No One Dies Alone
A woman starts a program in Eugene, Oregon to make sure that no one who is in a hospital and is near death will die alone.
American Jewish Music
Ellen Pfeiffer talks about a an American Jewish music series.
This program aired on November 3, 2003.