Show rundown for 11/7/2003

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120,000-plus Jobs in October

The Labor Dept. reports that more than 120,000 jobs have been added, and the nation's unemployment rate dropped one tenth in October.

Bush Announces Savings Plans

The Bush administration is proposing two news savings accounts: one would be for retirement; the other would be a savings account. It would allow Americans to put away up to $15,000 a year tax-free.

Iraq Helicopter Crash Kills Six

An Black Hawk helicopter crashed near Tikrit, Iraq, killing six U.S. soldiers.

Friendly Takeover

A group of Bostonians visit bars and nightspots where the clientele is predominantly white.

TV Reshapes Reality

The series on the Reagans gets shelved. A show on Jessica Lynch is ready to air, as is one on Elizabeth Smart.

Jessica Lynch and the Iraqi Lawyer

Jessica Lynch's story is a tremendous one, but the facts are murky. One of the people at the center of it all is Mohammed Al Rehaief, the Iraqi lawyer who tipped off U.S. soldiers about where Private Lynch was, prompting her rescue.

Tupac Shakur Documentary

A new documentary opens on the life of Tupac Shakur.

This program aired on November 7, 2003.


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