Show rundown for 3/10/2004

Congress Hears Testimony on Campaign Ads

Congress hears testimony about political groups that run ads on television. Some lawmakers say the groups violate federal campaign laws.

All Eyes on Homeland Security

CIA director George Tenet says that Al Qaeda is planning "spectacular" attacks against the U.S. and its allies.

Iran Announces Uranium Enrichment

Iran has announced its intention to restart its uranium enrichment program.

When I Was Cool

We talk to author Sam Kashner about "When I Was Cool: My Life at the Jack Kerouac School."

Gonorrhea Strain

A dangerous form of gonorrhea that is resistant to standard antibiotic treatments has appeared in Massachusetts. It first appeared on the West Coast several years ago and there have been less severe outbreak in Seattle, Las Vegas, Chicago and Philadelphia.

Abstinence and STDs

A study finds that teens who take abstinence pledges have as high a rate of STDs as teens who do not.

Libya's Tourism

New York Times reporter Patrick Tyler talks about his trip to Libya, and Libya's young tourism industry.

Willem Dafoe

We speak to the actor about his new film, "The Reckoning."

This program aired on March 10, 2004. The audio for this program is not available.


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