Show rundown for 3/3/2004

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Race to November

Senator Edwards prepares to drop out of the race for the White House; Senator Kerry eyes the democratic nomination. President Bush goes on a fundraising mission to California.

Money on the Campaign Trail

President Bush is busy raising funds. Can Kerry ever come close?

9/11 Commission Refuses Bush Conditions

The independent commission reviewing the attacks of 2001 in the U.S. is refusing conditions from the Bush administration regarding interviews with the president and his aides.

The Darkest Jungle

In a 19th century expedition across Central America, explorers tried to find a route connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Venezuela Opposition Protests Intensify

Protests intensify in Venezuela as the election council rules against an opposition petition that would force a recall referendum of President Hugo Chavez.

Sachs on Haiti

Economist Jeffrey Sachs says the U.S. forced former Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide from office.

Killington Votes to Leave Vermont

Voters in this ski town vote to leave the state of Vermont. So what happens now?

The Letter

The film documents what happened to a group of Somali immigrants who settled in Lewiston, Maine.

This program aired on March 3, 2004.


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