Spain's New Government Vows to Pull Iraq Troops
As the investigation into last week's bombings in Madrid continues, Spanish voters oust their current governing party in favor of the Socialists, who are vowing to withdraw Spanish troops from Iraq.
Mass. Company Involved in Pakistan Smuggling
The Boston Globe tracks the delivery of a package from Massachusetts to a military supplier in Pakistan.
U.S. Tax Review
Journalist David Cay Johnston of the New York Times talks about the U.S. tax system.
Shell Under Fire in Oil Reserve Claims
The Royal Dutch/Shell Group is under scrutiny by U.S. and Dutch regulators over a sharp reduction in its estimation of natural gas and oil reserves.
Illinois Senate Race
A preview of an important primary race in Illinois for a U.S. Senate seat.
Dean to Announce Plan for America
In anticipation of this week's announcement by former presidential candidate Howard Dean of a new political organization, we speak to a man who worked for candidate Dean about what he expects to hear from the former governor.
The Country Out of Nashville
Music critic Tim Riley brings us a new box set, "Night Train to Nashville," that illustrates why there's more to Nashville than country.
This program aired on March 15, 2004.