Show rundown for 2/26/2004Play
Former MP Says Britain Spied on U.N.
A former member of Parliament in Britain says British agents spied on the U.N.'s secretary general. Clare Short, who resigned from Parliament after the war in Iraq started, admitted she has read transcripts of Kofi Annan's conversations.
Prosecution Rests Case in Milosevic Trial
The prosecution in Slobodan Milosevic's war crimes trial in The Hague rests its case with the chief prosecutor admitting genocide charges against Milosevic may not pan out.
Monkeys Key to Understanding AIDS
Researchers say they know how some monkeys resist infection from the AIDS virus.
Greenspan: Cut Social Security
The Federal Reserve chair says cutting Social Security benefits will reduce the burgeoning deficit.
Our series on milk concludes with a taste test. We sample milk from big dairies, small ones, and organic farms.
New Colon Cancer Drugs
The FDA is expected to approve a new drug that stops the growth of colon cancer. Angionesis Foundation President Dr. William Li says Avastin is the just the beginning. Its approval could pave the way for the approval of other anti-angiogenic drugs that fight a spectrum cancers, as well as rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis.
Letters from Listeners
We respond to your letters and emails.
They've got a new CD release. We speak with a member of the Cambridge, Mass band.
This program aired on February 26, 2004.