Show rundown for 3/8/2005

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Bush Says Democracy Key in War on Terror

President Bush vows fight tyranny worldwide and calls for new thinking in Washington, and in the Middle East.

Hezbollah Draws Thousands to Demonstrations

We have a live report from Beruit on the huge pro-Syrian demonstration organized by Hezbollah today.

Gates' Vision for Education

We speak with the director of the Gates Foundation Education Project about his hopes for the future of education in the U.S.

Social Security Provision Could Cost States

The Bush Social Security proposal includes a provision which would force state workers to contribute to the plan. The idea would cost states millions.

WiFi Initiative in Philly

The city of Philadelphia is set to the be the first major city in the U.S. to be a WIFI zone, offering free or cheap high speed wireless internet access to all in the city.

Will "Song" Be Heard Again?

Disney has no plans to release the classic and controversial, "Song of the South," despite demands from fans of the film. Our popular culture critic Renee Graham says it should be released.

This program aired on March 8, 2005.

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