Show rundown for 7/30/2007

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Anxious Investors Eye Wall Street

Matt Goldstein, associate editor of Business Week, takes the temperature on Wall Street, where investors are cautious after last week's rout and general fears of a coming credit crunch.

Congressional Preview

Approval ratings for Congress have sunken to historic lows, so lawmakers are anxious to get something significant accomplished this week before heading off for summer break. We speak with The Christian Science Monitor's Gail Chaddock.

Law Professor: Impeach Gonzales

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley says Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should be impeached for lying to Congress about the domestic surveillance program and the U.S. attorney firings.

One Laptop Per Child

Here & Now's Curt Nickisch brings us the story of a Massachusetts non-profit that aims to bring $100 laptop computers to children around the world.

Remembering Bergman

Renowned Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman died today at his home in Faro Sweden. We remember his career with Boston Globe Film Critic Ty Burr.

Return of Stax

Here & Now's Christopher Blagg reports on the Stax label, which went bankrupt in 1975 and is now being re-launched tomorrow with the release of a new generation of artists to carry on the "soul" tradition.

This program aired on July 30, 2007.

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