• July 10, 2003  

    The Bush administration admitted Monday that accusations included in the president’s State of the Union address have turned out to be inaccurate. Secretary of State Colin Powell, traveling with the president in Africa, fielded questions about the faulty intelligence during a news conference. Continue reading

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    Senate Democrats Wednesday blocked legislation limiting pain and suffering awards in medical malpractice lawsuits. Continue reading

  • July 9, 2003  

    Ray Suarez discusses the impact of a new FDA ruling, requiring increased disclosure of trans fats on food labels, with Michael Jacobson, executive director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, and Rhona Applebaum, executive vice president of the National Food Processor Association. Continue reading

  • July 9, 2003  

    President Bush discussed civil war and other African conflicts with South African President Thabo Mbeki. Ray Suarez gets an update on the president’s trip from The New York Times’ Richard Stevenson, who is traveling with Bush. Continue reading

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    Bush administration officials, still facing questions over the use of prewar intelligence on Iraq, acknowledged Tuesday that President Bush’s assertion that Iraq had attempted to purchase uranium from Niger was based on forged documents. Continue reading

  • July 8, 2003   BY  

    Speaking at a former prison in Senegal Tuesday, President Bush condemned the slave trade that brought millions of Africans to the United States during the 18th and 19th centuries. Continue reading

  • July 8, 2003  

    Susan Dentzer accompanies two members of Congress with differing views on the Medicare drug bill that passed the House as they explain their positions to seniors who are struggling to understand the complex legislation. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2003   BY  

    Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas met in Jerusalem Tuesday for talks aimed at continuing implementation of the internationally backed "road map" to Middle East peace. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2003  

    The video game industry went to court today to challenge a Washington law regulating violent video games. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Television reports on the case against this new law. Continue reading

  • July 7, 2003  

    President Bush left for a five-nation tour of Africa Monday, which will focus on issues such as AIDS, famine-relief, peacekeeping efforts, trade and economic aid. Continue reading