Show rundown for 7/23/2004

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U.S. Military to Review Guantanamo Prisoners

The U.S. military prepares to convene review panels for detainees at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

9/11 Security Video Released

A law firm representing some of the 9/11 families releases a videotape from Dulles International Airport that shows one of the hijackers being searched before boarding the airplane that would eventually be crashed into the Pentagon.

Saudi Amnesty Program Expires

A month long amnesty to militants in Saudi Arabia expires. We check in on the amnesty program and review some of the suspected terrorists who turned themselves in.

A Home at the End of the World

We review the film starring Colin Ferrell and Sissy Spacek. The movie tells the story of childhood friends Bobby and Jonathan. They meet in 1960's suburban Cleveland and reunite in 1980's New York to form a love triangle with a woman. Written by Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Cunnigham, who also wrote "The Hours."

DNC Final Steps

Final preps are underway for next week's Democratic Convention in Boston.

Americans Accused of Prison Abuse in Afghanistan

Who are the three Americans charged with running a prison in Afghanistan and abusing some detainees?

Tour de France

The home stretch approaches....


What makes a leader? A psychiatrist offers his thoughts.

This program aired on July 23, 2004.


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