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Nation Jun 02FCC Chairman Michael Powell
The following is the entire prepared statement from FCC Chairman Michael Powell on the agency's vote to ease media ownership rules on June 2.
Nation Jun 02Commissioner Kevin J. Martin
The following is the entire press statement from FCC Commissioner Kevin J. Martin on the agency's biennial review of broadcast ownership rules.
Nation Jun 02FCC Revised Media Ownership Rules
The following is the entire text as released by the Federal Communications Commission outlining the agency's revised media ownership rules on June 2, 2003.
Nation Jun 02FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps
The following is the entire prepared statement from FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps dissenting on the agency's proposal to ease media ownership rules, and his bench remarks following the vote.
Nation Jun 02FCC Commissioner Jonathan S. Adelstein
The following is the entire press statement from FCC Commissioner Jonathan S. Adelstein dissenting on the agency's majority vote to ease broadcast ownership rules.
Nation Jun 02FCC Commissioner Kathleen Q. Abernathy
The following is the entire prepared statement from FCC Commissioner Kathleen Q. Abernathy on the agency's vote on June 2.
Politics May 19High Court Allows State Discount Drug Program
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Maine-run program that would require pharmaceutical manufacturers to lower prescription drug prices for the poor and uninsured, but warned that the program may not stand up to future legal scrutiny.
Politics May 15Roh Muh-hyun: Profile of the South Korean Leader
Following a campaign focused on ending labor conflicts, bridging regional rivalries and working with North Korea, Roh Muh-hyun was elected president of the Republic of Korea in December 2002.
World May 09U.S. Draft Resolution on Iraq
U.S. Ambassador John Negroponte introduced this resolution outlining the plans for postwar Iraq to the U.N. Security Council. It calls for phasing out the U.N. Oil for Food program and replacing it with a program administered by the U.S. and…
Politics Apr 29Supreme Court Allows Criminal Immigrants’ Detention
The United States Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that legal immigrants who have committed serious crimes and already served their sentences can be detained in prison without bail while awaiting their deportation hearings.