Show rundown for 5/12/2004

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Al Sadr Urges Resistance

Radical cleric Muqtada Al Sadr gives a news conference, urging resistance to U.S. troops in Iraq. The U.S. Military attacked a mosque is Karbala, the largest assault to date against Al Sadr's forces.

Soldiers to Torturers

How did soldiers end up torturers? We ask that question to Dr. Jerrold Post, who teaches political psychology at George Washington University.

Abu Ghraib Scandal Backlash

Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe said that he is angered over the outrage over the photos of U.S. service personnel abusing detainees.

9,000 Prisoners

More than 9,000 people the U.S. suspects of having links to terrorism are held in prisons and holding cells around the world.

Oil Prices

Prices at the pump are up and going higher.

Olympic Security

Host Robin Young looks at security issues in Athens in anticipation of the Summer Olympics.

How to Be President

Ever wonder how one gets to be president? We speak to the author of "How to Be President."

Robert Brustein

We speak with theatre director and playwright Robert Brustein.

This program aired on May 12, 2004.

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