Parsing Rice's Words
The secretary of state is in Belgium. We examine her statements on secret prisons and torture. Are they consistent with what the White House has been saying?
Early Education and the Achivement Gap
Could an achievement gap be closed if children start school earlier? We speak to two educators and look at one public school with a preschool program.
Global Warming After Katrina
Officials and activists from the American South attend a summit on climate change. After Katrina, they're concerned about global warming's impact on their region.
Remembering John Lennon
A look at Lennon's life and legacy of 25 years after his death.
Crafts from the Internment Camps
A new book showcases a treasure trove of arts and crafts made by Japanese-Americans incarcerated during WWII.
This program aired on December 8, 2005.