Iraq Attacks Raise Concerns Over Small Arms
Sunday's downing of a Chinook helicopter pus several new explosions around Baghdad have officials worried about small arms proliferation in Iraq.
$87 Billion Approved by Six
The U.S. Senate approved the President's request for $87 billion to occupy and rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan, but only six members of the Senate were present for the vote. What happened to the other 94?
FCC Says AT&T Violated 'Do Not Call' Rule
The FCC on Monday proposed fining AT&T Corp. $780,000 for violating telemarketing rules by calling customers who had requested not to be contacted.
Unprescribing Pain Medication
Our health columnist Judy Foreman talks about how doctors unprescribe for severe pain.
Maine Voters Consider Casino
Maine voters go to the polls today to consider building a major casino resort on its border with New Hampshire.
Gambling Addiction Pill
Can a pill help someone who is addicted to gambling?
Russell Simmons on Voting
Rap producer Russell Simmons talks about getting young people to vote.
Renowned American choreographer Twyla Tharp discusses creativity.
This program aired on November 4, 2003.