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British Police Capture Terrorist Suspect

British police have captured Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al Masri, who is suspected of trying to organize terrorist training camps and of helping fund terrorist groups.

Haiti and Dominican Republic Flood Disaster

Floods and landslides kill at least 2,000 as rescue workers on the island of Hispaniola continue to dig through mud and debris looking for more victims.

Prostate Cancer and Tumors

Researchers say that many men who are told they do not have prostate cancer based on results of a commonly used blood test may have tumors.

Settlers Story

We speak with journalist Jeffrey Goldberg who writes in the current issue of the "New Yorker" about the settler movement and the role settlers play in the politics of the Middle East.

Handover in Iraq

We check in on the search for the person who will next lead Iraq.

New York Times Apologizes for WMD Coverage

The New York Times says it erred in its coverage of the issue of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

Letters 05/27/04

Listeners react to our coverage of the news.

Gore Speaks

Former Vice President and former presidential candidate Al Gore speaks.


We look at a traveling exhibit of art where the artists emphasize the obsessive nature of their craft.

This program aired on May 27, 2004.


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