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  • March 29, 2000  

    NewsHour regular Jan Crawford Greenburg, national legal affairs correspondent for The Chicago Tribune, talks about the decision handed down by the Supreme Court today on nude dancing, and the arguments that were heard in a case debating prayer at public school football games. Continue reading

  • March 23, 2000  

    After this background report, four experts discuss the Pope’s trip to Israel and what his apologies may mean for the future of religious relations. Continue reading

  • March 23, 2000  

    Four experts discuss the pope’s trip to Israel and what his apologies may mean for the future of church doctine. Continue reading

  • March 23, 2000  

    The Secretary of Defense discusses his trip to Vietnam, Taiwan’s elections, and U.S.-China relations. Continue reading

  • March 22, 2000  

    Four South Asian experts discuss the President’s trip to India and his tour through South Asia. Continue reading

  • March 22, 2000  

    The impact of Boeing’s recent labor troubles. Mike James of station KCTS-Seattle reports Continue reading

  • March 21, 2000  

    Last week the Tribune Co. bought the Times Mirror Co. in a deal worth $8 billion, and the Hearst Co. sold the San Francisco Examiner so it can buy the San Francisco Chronicle. Media correspondent Terence Smith examines this round of media buying and selling. Continue reading

  • March 20, 2000  

    Now the Uganda cult story, and to Margaret Warner. Continue reading

  • March 16, 2000   BY Admin 

    This week, horror writer Stephen King became the first best-selling author to publish a work exclusively in electronic format. First-day sales of "Riding the Bullet" surpassed first-day sales of all King’s best-selling books on paper. Continue reading

  • March 16, 2000  

    This week, horror writer Stephen King became the first best-selling author to publish a story exclusively in electronic format. Media correspondent Terence Smith examines the impact of e-books with two literary experts. Continue reading