Show rundown for 7/21/2004Play
Former Kerry Advisor Berger Investigated
Former national security adviser Sandy Berger has resigned as an advisor to John Kerry as he is investigated for allegedly mishandling documents when he was considering what should be turned over to the 9/11 Commission.
Microsoft Plans $32 Billion Shareholder Payout
After years of huge profits and stagnating stock prices, Microsoft announces a plan to pay as much as $32 billion to shareholders.
Ethnic Specific Drug Testing Success
A clinical trial in which a drug was tested for black heart patients has ended early because the drug proved so effective. The findings may lead to the approval of the first drug specifically for a single ethnic group.
High Court Sentencing Ruling
A Supreme Court decision called into question whether sentencing guidelines are constitutional.
Alabama Man Finds Work in Iraq
Unable to find work in the U.S., we speak to a man from Alabama who is going to work in Iraq despite the dangers.
Military Plastic Surgery
We speak to a plastic surgeon about cosmetic surgical benefits available to members of the U.S. military.
With a name like this, can you imagine who wants this guy's website? We talk to Mr. Edwards about Kerryedwards.com.
Gay troubadour Rufus Wainwright talks about himself and his four new songs.
This program aired on July 21, 2004.