Show rundown for 6/1/2006Play
False Reports Uncovered in Haditha Investigation
Today's 'Washington Post' reports that a second investigation into the killings of twenty-four unarmed Iraqi civilians in the town of Haditha, Iraq last November will conclude that some officers gave false reports of what happened to their superiors.
Diplomatic Dealings with Iran
The United States significantly shifted its stance on Iran's nuclear program yesterday. Here and Now addresses responses around the world today and the possibility of direct talks with Iran.
AIDS Then and Now
Acclaimed author and health and science reporter Phillip Hilts joins us to discuss the development of AIDS and the battle against the disease in the U.S. and abroad.
Bay State Cracks Down on Drug Company Lobbying
A recent proposal passed by the state Senate requires all drug company sales representatives to hold licenses and bans the gift giving to healthcare providers.
Can you spell C-H-A-M-P-I-O-N ?
The winner of the 79th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee will be crowned tonight during a live broadcast on ABC.
"The War Tapes"
Director Deborah Scranton's film documents the lives of soldiers in Iraq in clips filmed by members of the New Hampshire National Guard.
This program aired on June 1, 2006.