Show rundown for 4/2/2004

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9/11 Commission Inquires about Clinton Papers

The 9/11 Commission wants to know why President Bush has refused to allow investigators access to thousands of documents from the Clinton administration.

Spanish Officials Find Train Bomb

Police have found a bomb on a high-speed rail line between Madrid and Seville. A railway employee found the bomb about 40 miles south of Madrid.

Man Claims To Be Wichita Killer

A serial killer haunted Wichita Kansas residents in the 1970s. Now the local newspaper has received a letter in which the writer purports to be the mysterious and feared "BTK" killer.

Uzbekistan Violence

The foreign minister of Uzbekistan discusses a series of gun battles and suicide bombings in the country that left more than 40 people dead.

Iraqi Violence Increasingly Anti-American

Two American reporters in Iraq talk about how the violence there seems to be turning towards anyone with an American affiliation.

Final Four Weekend

If you love college basketball, this is the weekend for you as the NCAA wraps up its year.


We take a look at controversial director Lars Von Trier and his latest film, "Dogville."

This program aired on April 2, 2004.


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