Show rundown for 6/25/2004

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Bush to Turkey for NATO Summit

We preview the president's trip to Turkey for the NATO summit.

Canada Elections

Parliamentary elections on Monday will determine who will lead Canada.

Supreme Court Gives Juries Sentencing Power

The high court rules 5-4 Thursday that the juries must decide whether to impose sentences greater than the guidelines suggest.

Bactrian Gold

Hidden underneath the presidential palace in Kabul were more than 20,000 pieces of gold jewelry. The gold has recently emerged — hidden for years from the Taliban.

Media News

The FCC, Dick Cheney's cursing, and Paul Wolfowitz apologizes to reporters in Iraq.

Apology Hotline

A college student sets up a hotline so callers can apologize for bad behavior and more.

Fahrenheit 9/11

We review the film and speak to the manager of a movie house in Ohio about ticket sales and audience reaction.

This program aired on June 25, 2004.


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