Show rundown for 3/28/2006

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The Card Resignation

What Tuesday morning's resignation of White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card this means for the Bush administration.

Immigration Reform

We follow the politics of the compromise bill in the U.S. Senate to reform the nation's immigration laws; and we'll hear how Spanish-language radio played a part in getting half a million people to protest over the weekend.

Michael Isikoff on Scalia, GITMO

The Newsweek reporter comments on whether the Supreme Court justice should recuse himself from a case involving Guantanamo Bay detainees.

Your Turn

We read your letters and emails.

Jazz's Old Guard with New Twists

Here & Now music critic James Isaacs reviews new recordings by some of the old guard in jazz. Charles Mingus "Pithecanthropus Erectus" was played during this piece.

Israelis Go to the Polls

It is election day in Israel there and voters are essentially deciding the future of West Bank, which Israel has occupied for 39 years.

This program aired on March 28, 2006.


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