Show rundown for 8/3/2004

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Terror Threat Intelligence

U.S. officials say the detailed surveillance photos and documents that prompted higher terror warnings dated from as far back as 2000 and 2001.

Congress Holds Intelligence Hearings

Congress is holding two hearings on reforming the decentralized American intelligence community.

Missouri Voters Consider Gay Marriage Ban

Gay marriage is taking center stage in Missouri, where voters decide whether to ammend the contitution to ban gay marriage.

Isabel Allende

We speak with writer Isabel Allende. Her new book is called "My Invented Country: A Nostalgic Journey Through Chile."

Pension Funds Bailout

A Federal guaranty fund for private sector pension plans could go into the red and need big taxpayer bailout because failing industries may default on their obligations.

Hurricane Alex

Hurricane Alex was upgraded from a tropical storm early this morning as it moved northeast along the coast of North Carolina.

Surname Trends

A recent study shows that college educated women are increasingly taking the last names of their husbands.

Kerry Numbers

We take a look at the latest John Kerry pol numbers.

Home Funerals

We speak to two leaders of the home funeral movement.

This program aired on August 3, 2004.


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