Monday, August 10, 1998
Tuesday, August 11, 1998
- Searching For Answers
Could the bombings at two U.S.
embassies in Africa have been
- Expressions Of A Master
An art exhibit in New York examines
the works of Chaim Soutine.
- Growing Problems
Farmers across the northern plains have been hit by hard times. Depressed prices, increasing costs and years of severe weather have resulted in a decrease in the number of farms across the region.
- Good Losers
Essayist Richard Rodriguez of the Pacific News Service considers some good losers.
Wednesday, August 12, 1998
- Innocence Lost
The legal system struggles with children
accused of murder.
- One World, One Market
Is globalization good or bad for
- Transforming TV
With twice the resolution of current television sets and endless possibilities, high-definition television sets
recently hit the market. But at seven to eight thousand dollars a tv, is the American consumer ready
for the future?
- Missing Persons
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt considers considers some people who have disappeared.
Thursday, August 13, 1998
- Ambassador Pickering
The latest on the embassy bombings in Africa and the search for suspects.
- The Yangtze's Wrath
Flooding along the Yangtze River has left
more than 2000 dead in China.
- Junk E-mail
advertisements, also known as Spam, is increasingly becoming a major problem for
- Money & Morals
David Gergen talks with
Patricia O'Toole, Money &
Morals in America.
Friday, August 14, 1998
- Swiss Accountability
Swiss banks agree to pay $1.25 billion
in restitution to Holocaust survivors.
- Curry's Kansas
American painter J.S. Curry painted
the best and worst of Kansas' history.
- Impact On The Presidency
What impact will the Starr investigation have on the institution of of the
- In Memoriam
The American victims of the embassy
bombings return home.
- A Change In Policy?
Debating U.S. policy towards Saddam
- Political Wrap
Washington awaits President Clinton's
testimony before the grand jury.
- Crisis Management
How does a crisis like the Monica Lewinsky scandal impact a president's ability to
- Poolside Dreams
Essayist Ann Taylor Fleming considers the broken hearts and broken dreams of a
Hollywood celebrity photo exhibit in California.
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