Report: Administration Vetted Interrogation Techniques
The White House is staying mum on reports from ABC News that high level administration officials from Vice President Dick Cheney on down helped choreograph harsh interrogation techniques on Al Qaeda suspects, including waterboarding. ABC News legal correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg fills us in on the details.
Olympic Torch Controversy
Police in Buenos Aires, Argentina are bracing for protests today along the route of the Olympic torch relay. And, the International Olympic Committee met in Beijing to discuss the controversy that has followed the torch on its journey around the world. We speak with: Wall Street Journal correspondent Mei Fong in Beijing; Olympic historian and author David Wallechinsky, Chinese security expert Murray Scot Tanner.
"Body of War"
A new documentary film tells the story of a young soldier who was paralyzed by a gunshot while serving in Iraq
With the April 15th filing deadline looming, Wall Street Journal columnist Tom Herman gives some last minute hints on how to navigate the newest tax rules while avoiding an audit.
Asha Bhosle may not be a household name in the western world, but she has diva status in those parts of the planet where Bollywood reigns, including her native India and a wide swath of Asia. She made her name as a playback singer in Indian cinema lip-synching, off camera, for the actress onscreen. Bhosle is marking her 75th birthday with a tour of the U.S. and we speak with her and her son, Anand, about her music and career.
This program aired on April 11, 2008.
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