Show rundown for 12/16/2003

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U.S. Security Concerns after Saddam Capture

Is the U.S. safer now that Saddam Hussein has been captured?

Louisiana Senator Declines Reelection Bid

Louisiana Senator John Breaux says he will not seek reelection next year. Sen. Breaux, a Democrat, may provide another opportunity for Republicans to widen their narrow hold on the Senate.

Thurmond's Child

A woman who claims she is the product of a secret affair between the one-time segregationist and a 16-year-old black maid.

New Surgery for Epilepsy

Judy Foreman explores new surgery to treat epilepsy.

New York Ponders Car Alarm Ban

Car alarms are becoming public enemy number one and New York is leading the way in banning them.

"Morning After Pill" Debate

Two groups state their positions about the "morning after pill."

New Theory Emerges on Stradivarius Sound

A doctor believes that the secret to the sound of the famous instrument is in the wood itself.

Three Scrooges

We offer a fresh take on Dicken's Scrooge. We speak to a trio of scrooges appearing now on stage including Stacy Keach, David Coffey and Anne Scurria.

This program aired on December 16, 2003.


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