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Senate Intelligence Committee Releases Iraq Report

The report says the CIA is largely blame for intelligence lapses leading up to the war in Iraq.

The CIA in George Tenet's Wake

Who will replace the outgoing CIA director?

Lebanese American Marine in U.S. Custody

A swirl of question surround how Marine Corporal Wassef Ali Hassoun came to leave his post in Iraq.

Americans Reading Less

The National Endowment for the Arts has released a new survey that says fewer than half of all American adults read literature.

View from the Bookstore

A bookstore manager sounds off on American's reading habits.

World Court Says West Bank Wall Must Go

The non-binding ruling says that the concrete and steel barrier infringes on the rights of Palestinians.

Drug Scandal Dogs Track and Field

The track and field trials to pick this summer's U.S. Olympic team began today in Sacramento. But even some of the fastest runners in the world can't outrun the doping scandal that continues to dog the sport.

We've Got Mail

It's time to open the Here and Now mail bag and air some of your thoughts.

This program aired on July 9, 2004.


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