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Wednesday, November 20, 2002
Gwen Ifill discusses how the newly-created Department of
Homeland Security will function with Karen Anderson, president
of the National League of Cities; Paul Light, director of the
Center for Public Service at the Brookings Institute; and Angie
Kelly, a deputy director of the National Immigration Forum, a
nonpartisan research organization.
Rails and Rejection
Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Broadcasting has the story of Washington
State voters’ thoughts on taxation and transportation.
After a report from Independent Television News on yesterday’s
sinking of the oil tanker “Prestige” off the coast of Spain, Ray
Suarez interviews Captain Richard Smith, who served as captain
of a 1,300-foot super tanker; and David Kennedy, director of the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Response
and Restoration, which provides expertise on oil spills.
Bridging Two Worlds
Elizabeth Farnsworth interviews Turkish author Orhan Pamuk about
the cultural split between Islam and secularism in Turkey.