Show rundown for 6/23/2004

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Militant Vows to Assassinate Iraq Premier

A recording purportedly made by the mastermind of bombings and beheadings in Iraq threatened to assassinate Iraq's interim prime minister.

White House Releases Memos in Prison Scandal

We look at what's next in the prison abuse scandal following the White House release of internal memos on the subject.

China Engages in North Korea Talks

Financial Times reporter Andrew Ward discusses talks in Beijing aimed at getting North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program.

Fragments of Grace

Washington Post foreign correspondent Pamela Constable has a new memoir in which she takes a more personal view of her professional life.

Plame Update

The latest on the investigation into who outed an undercover CIA officer in the media.

FBI Gag Order

We speak with a former FBI translator-turned-whistleblower who's suing over a gag order.

The Web in Our World

We speak with the founder of the popular website Craig's List, and visit a Boston gallery where artists explore whether the web has changed how we see the world.

This program aired on June 23, 2004.


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