Show rundown for 11/5/2003

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Dean Faces Critics on Confederate Flag Comment

Howard Dean is facing criticism about a remark he made about the Confederate Flag.

Republicans Charge Through South

Four democratic senators won't be seeking re-election; and two Republicans win gubernatorial seats in the South.

David Macaulay's "Mosque"

Author and illustrator David Macaulay builds a mosque in his new book.

Rebels Attack U.S. Forces in Mosul

Insurgents fired rocket-propelled grenades at a U.S. military compound and a bomb exploded near a convoy in the center of Mosul, Iraq.

Feds Find the 20th Hijacker

Federal officials believe they have identified the man who was to have been the 20th hijacker on Sept. 11, 2001.

Canadian-Syrian Suspect

A Canadian citizen of Syrian descent says last year, American officials, suspecting him of being a terrorist, detained him and deported him to Syria where he was tortured.

Cholesterol Study

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has found that just a few treatments with an experimental drug can reverse plaque in coronary arteries.

Healthy Fast Food

A company known for yogurt takes a look at fast food and comes up with a new approach to eating on the run.

This program aired on November 5, 2003.


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