• January 22, 2004  

    Top airline industry executives met in Washington Thursday to develop an industry-wide standard for sharing confidential passenger information with federal antiterrorism officials. Experts explain and debate the proposal. Continue reading

  • January 21, 2004   BY Admin 

    The Recording Industry Association of America on Wednesday filed a new round of lawsuits against "John Doe" defendants for allegedly sharing hundreds of copyrighted songs over the Internet without permission. Continue reading

  • January 21, 2004  

    Siegfried Hecker, former director of the U.S. nuclear weapons laboratory in Los Alamos, told Congress that North Korea did not show him conclusive evidence of a nuclear weapons program during his visit to the country. Margaret Warner speaks with Hecker and Jack Pritchard, who accompanied Hecker to North Korea, about their trip. Continue reading

  • January 19, 2004   BY Admin 

    A pickup truck loaded with 1,000 pounds of plastic explosives detonated at the main gate of the coalition headquarters in Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 60 others. Continue reading

  • January 19, 2004  

    New York Times Television offers a look at how one New Hampshire newspaper’s editorial board decides which Democratic candidate to endorse ahead of the state’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Continue reading

  • January 16, 2004  

    The broadcast networks are trying new approaches to minimize costs and maximize exposure in their coverage of campaign 2004. Terence Smith traveled to Iowa to see what journalists are doing differently this year and how it is affecting the ways in which the candidates campaign. Continue reading

  • January 15, 2004   BY Admin 

    The publishers of La Opinion, the leading Spanish-language daily newspaper in Los Angeles, and El Diario/La Prensa, a leading New York Hispanic daily, are combining to form the first national Spanish-language newspaper company. Continue reading

  • January 15, 2004  

    While most of the candidates crisscross Iowa, retired Gen. Wesley Clark has been focusing on New Hampshire. Two New York Times reporters discuss his strategy and his recent surge in Granite State polls. Continue reading

  • January 15, 2004  

    Retired Gen. Wesley Clark defends his stance on the war in this campaign snapshot taken in New Hampshire. Continue reading

  • January 14, 2004   BY Admin 

    The liberal radio network moved closer to becoming a reality after its new owner, Progress Media, announced this week it signed comedian Al Franken to host his own daily talk show and completed its first distribution deal in a major market. Continue reading