Show rundown for 5/10/2004

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Bush Visits Pentagon, Backing Rumsfeld

President Bush is at the Pentagon today, aiming to counter rising criticism over more pictures and unreleased videos showing Iraqi prisoners being abused by American soldiers.

Abu Ghraib Outrage Continues as New Photos Released

In the Here & Now political roundtable, experts look at the political implications of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.

Chechen President Buried

The Chechen President was buried today, a day after he was killed by a bomb blast during a Victory Day parade. Akhmad Kadyrov was backed by Moscow. His assassination is considered a blow to Russian leader Putin.

Prisons and Guards: the Psychology of Control

We look back at a landmark study about human behavior in prisons.

Families Await Return, and a Soldier's Story

We hear from families with soldiers in Iraq, and host Robin Young meets a soldier on his return to the U.S.

Un-Memorializing King

A city in Florida considers changing the name of a street back to its original name, Sixth Avenue. It is currently called Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue.

Sun Never Sets on Tupperware

We examine the documentary about the Tupperware empire.

This program aired on May 10, 2004.

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