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January 27, 2003 - January 31, 2003
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January 30, 2003
Europe showed signs of a growing division over a possible U.S.-led
war with Iraq. Margaret Warner follows up on the conflict with Radek Sikorski,
a former deputy foreign minister and deputy defense minister of Poland; Jean-Robert
Leguey-Feilleux, a professor of political science at Saint Louis University; Stephan
Richter, publisher of The Globalist; and Maurizio Molinari, a columnist for the
Italian newspaper La Stampa.
The world's largest media company posts an annual loss of $99
billion -- the largest corporate drop in U.S. history. Paul Solman of WGBH Boston
looks at how the Internet and media giant has incurred the largest loss of any
American company in history.
President Bush asked for Congress to accept his plan to
change Medicare yesterday. Ray Suarez discusses the problems and politics of Medicare
with Gail Wilensky, a senior fellow at Project Hope, a foundation for international
health education; and Gail Shearer, the director of health policy analysis for
Consumers Union, a consumer advocacy group.
Essayist Richard Rodriguez examines Americans' attitudes