Monday, August 31, 1998
- Bearing Down
The Dow Jones Industrial Average
loses 6 percent of its value.
- Scott Ritter.
The former UN weapons inspector
criticizes U.S. policy in Iraq.
- Time Of Turmoil
Special Correspondent Simon Marks looks at how the Russian people view the economic and political crisis.
- World Leader
President Clinton heads to Moscow for a summit with Russian President Yeltsin.
Tuesday, September 1, 1998
- On The Rebound
After a near-record plunge,
the Dow bounces back nearly
- Watching The Markets
Is monitoring the stock market
an unhealthy national
Pilots for Northwest Airlines continue a
strike that has grounded 1700 daily flights.
- Going Long
Essayist Jim Fisher of the Kansas City Star savors record-breaking baseball.
Wednesday, September 2, 1998
Thursday, September 3, 1998
- Should He Resign?
Former Senator Sam Nunn is joined by three other Senators to discuss whether President Clinton should resign in light of the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
- Plane Crash.
Swissair Flight 111 plunged into the ocean off the coast of Nova Scotia, leaving no survivors.
- Off Topic.
The American press continues to focus on the president's relationship with the
former White House intern, even while he attends a summit in Russia.
Friday, September 4, 1998
- Political Wrap
Sen. Lieberman publicly rebukes President
Clinton on the Senate floor.
- Assessing The Threat
Do six Iraqi asylum-seekers pose a threat to U.S.
- Report From Japan
Kevin Sullivan, Northeast Asia co-bureau chief for the Washington Post, discusses the economic crisis in Japan.
- Chasing History
St. Louis Cardinals' Mark McGwire and the Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa are both
chasing baseball's most distinguished record, 61 home runs in a season.
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