- Newsmaker: SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt Resigns on Election Night
One of President Bush-s most controversial aides, Harvey Pitt, has resigned from the Securities and Exchange Commission. His action was announced at 9pm Eastern Standard Time last night. Adrian Michaels, who covers business regulation for the Financial Times, takes a look at the timing of the announcement, the partisan politics that provoked Pitt-s decision, his possible replacements and the sizeable task ahead.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Young Muslim Americans Take to Religion during Ramadan
The holy month of Ramadan began last night with the sighting of the crescent moon over Saudi Arabia. The month of reflection and celebration is observed by more Americans each year. We hear about fasting, faith and the future of Islam in America from Abbas Ravjani, a junior at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, and Usman Mahda, community liaison of the King Fahd Mosque in Los Angeles.
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