Nation

  • June 30, 2004  

    The interim government of Iraq took legal custody of Saddam Hussein and 11 other former Baath Party officials. Terence Smith discusses the formal transfer of custody with New York Times Baghdad Bureau Chief John Burns. Continue reading

  • June 29, 2004  

    Essayist Roger Rosenblatt reflects on the release of photographs of inmate abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad and says that seeing is not always the only element in believing. Continue reading

  • June 25, 2004  

    The Senate Armed Services Committee today questioned Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz about the U.S. plans to transition authority to the interim Iraqi government. Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman takes a look at the testimony. Continue reading

  • June 24, 2004   BY Admin 

    A federal appeals court on Thursday ordered the Federal Communications Commission to reconsider its new media ownership rules, marking a victory for consumer advocacy groups that had opposed the ease in regulations. Continue reading

  • June 24, 2004   BY Admin 

    Insurgents launched a series of coordinated attacks across Iraq on Thursday that killed at least 89 people, including three American soldiers and wounded more than 300, according to U.S. and Iraqi officials. Continue reading

  • June 24, 2004  

    Authorities arrested a former America Online engineer yesterday for allegedly selling the e-mail addresses of 92 million AOL customers to companies sending unsolicited commercial e-mail. Jeffrey Brown discusses the alleged spam scam with David Bennahum, media and technology columnist for Slate magazine. Continue reading

  • June 24, 2004  

    Insurgents launched a devastating series of attacks on Iraqi security installations and other targets throughout Iraq on Thursday, killing at least 89 people and injuring another 300. Continue reading

  • June 23, 2004   BY Kristina Nwazota  

    After months of diplomatic maneuvering, the United States and North Korea met Wednesday for a third round of high level talks aimed at defusing a tense standoff between the two nations over the threat of North Korea’s nuclear arms program. Continue reading

  • June 23, 2004  

    Jim Carrier presents a guided tour of the civil rights movement in his book, “A Traveler’s Guide to the Civil Rights Movement.” Carrier recounts earlier moments in black history in which the civil rights movement began. Terence Smith speaks with Jim Carrier. Continue reading

  • June 22, 2004   BY Admin 

    Iraqi militants beheaded South Korean hostage Kim Sun-il after earlier threats that he would be killed if South Korea did not withdraw troops from Iraq. Continue reading