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  • March 31, 2004   BY Admin 

    In a challenge to the dominance of conservative talk radio programs, Air America Radio, the new liberal talk radio network, went on the air Wednesday. Continue reading

  • March 31, 2004   BY Admin 

    An anti-American mob in the Iraqi city of Fallujah ambushed a group of contractors Wednesday, beating and dragging four bodies through the streets. The brutal attack came on the same day a roadside bomb killed five Americans west of Baghdad. Continue reading

  • March 31, 2004  

    Nine Americans were killed by insurgent ambushes in Iraq. Terence Smith discusses the violence with New York Times Baghdad bureau chief John Burns. Continue reading

  • March 31, 2004  

    An anti-American mob in the Iraqi city of Fallujah ambushed a group of contractors Wednesday, beating and dragging four bodies through the streets. The brutal attack came on the same day a roadside bomb killed five U.S. soldiers west of Baghdad. Military analysts discuss the state of security in Iraq after the gruesome attacks. Continue reading

  • March 30, 2004   BY Admin 

    The U.S. Army accepted responsibility for the shooting deaths of an Iraqi reporter and cameraman near a roadblock in Baghdad earlier this month, but said soldiers were acting within the rules of engagement and killed the journalists by accident. Continue reading

  • March 30, 2004  

    President Bush agreed to allow national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to testify publicly before the 9/11 commission. Margaret Warner speaks with New York Times White House correspondent David Sanger about the bipartisan pressure which led the White House to reverse its decision. Continue reading

  • March 30, 2004  

    President Bush agreed Tuesday to allow national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to testify publicly before the 9/11 commission. Two members of the 9/11 commission discuss this about-face. Continue reading

  • March 30, 2004  

    Alistair Cooke, a broadcasting legend on both shores of the Atlantic, died of heart failure yesterday in New York City. Cooke reported his radio program “Letter from America” each week for 58 years on the BBC, and American audiences knew Cooke as the host of “Masterpiece Theatre” on PBS. Continue reading

  • March 29, 2004   BY Admin 

    A series of bombings and shootouts that killed at least 19 people and injured 26 in the authoritarian central Asian republic of Uzbekistan was the work of Islamic terrorists, officials said Monday. Continue reading

  • March 29, 2004   BY Admin 

    U.S. troops on Sunday temporarily closed a popular Baghdad newspaper after coalition authorities accused the Shiite Muslim weekly of printing lies that incited violence. Continue reading