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July 8, 2002 - July 12, 2002
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Monday, July 8, 2002
Excerpts from President Bush's press conference.
Kwame Holman reports
on the congressional hearing on the collapse of WorldCom. For
further analysis, Ray Suarez talks to Blair Levin, a telecommunications
analyst at Legg Mason and former chief of staff at the FCC; and
Julia Grant, professor of accounting at The Weatherhead School
of Management at Case Western Reserve University.
Following an update
on the spread of AIDS from health correspondent Susan Dentzer,
Gwen Ifill talks with Peter Piot, executive director of UN AIDS,
and Sandra Thurman, president of The International AIDS Trust.
Essayist Richard Rodriguez reflects on the current state of
Christianity, Judaism and Islam.