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September 16, 2002 - September 20, 2002
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Thursday, September 19, 2002
Margaret Warner talks to Sens. Joseph Biden (D-Del.), Richard
Lugar (R-Ind.), and Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.), all members of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, and Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.), of
the Senate Intelligence Committee about the president's Congressional
resolution proposal on Iraq.
Terence Smith discusses the Iraq debate with four
editorial page editors: Cynthia Tucker of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
Bruce Dold of the Chicago Tribune, John Diaz of the San
Francisco Chronicle, and Rachelle Cohen of the Boston Herald.
Spencer Michels on the far-reaching implications of a West
Coast dock strike.
Monday, September 16, 2002
Margaret Warner looks
at the recent arrests of accused al-Qaida operatives with Elaine
Shannon, a reporter covering the Justice Department for Time
magazine; Peter Bergen, a terrorism analyst at CNN who has interviewed
Osama bin Laden; and Zachary Abuza, head of the Asia program at
A closer look at the secret of HBO's success -- and its competitive
edge over broadcast television.
Ray Suarez talks about the pay and perks given to corporate CEOs
with Rakesh Khurana, an assistant professor at the Harvard Business
School, and Robin Ferracone, a partner with Mercer Human Resource
Consulting, an executive compensation consulting firm.
Gwen Ifill speaks with former Spelman College President Johnnetta
Cole about how Americans have changed since September 11, 2001.