Tenet Defends Iraq Intelligence Work
In a highly unusual move, CIA Director George Tenet went public with his thoughts about the quality of pre-war Iraq intelligence.
Pakistan Pardons Nuclear Scientist after Confession
Pakistan's Abdul Qadeer Khan, who admitted to selling nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya, and North Korea, has been pardoned by President Pervez Musharraf.
Malaysian Company Investigated on Libya Nuclear Aid
In Malaysia, a company is under investigation for allegedly supplying nuclear parts for Libya's nuclear program.
MFA Strikes Deal with Vegas Gallery
In a move that is reverberating through out the fine art world, the non-profit Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has struck a deal with the for-profit Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts in Las Vegas.
The term "activist judge" comes into use after the Massachusetts' Supreme Court ruling clearing the way for gay marriage in the state.
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The 2004 Grammy Awards
Janet Jackson will not be a presenter In this years Grammy Awards. Justin Timberlake, the fellow who ripped her clothing off, is still scheduled to appear. And oh yes, there will be awards
This program aired on February 5, 2004.