Moussaoui Sentencing Begins Today
The so-called 20th hijacker faces either life in prison or the death penalty.
Keeping in Touch with the Homefront
A new study says cellphones and email are changing the nature of what soldiers fear on the battlefield.
High Court Upholds Military Recruiting Law
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously today that colleges that accept federal money must allow military recruiters on campus, despite university objections to the Pentagon's "don't ask don't tell" policy. Guest: Boston College law professor Kent Greenfield.
Ma Bell Makes a Comeback
AT&T has announced plans to buy BellSouth for $67 billion.
Crashing the Oscars
An ensemble drama about race relations beats out the heavily favored gay cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain."
The Story of a Violin
It began its life as a project for a man imprisoned during WWII. It was finished in Boston more than 60 years later.
This program aired on March 6, 2006.