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All through the Democratic primaries, the dominant theme in the exit polls has been -anybody but Bush.- In state after state, it-s not the issues that are propelling John Kerry toward nomination but his so-called -electablility.- That may be enough to bring anti-Bush Democrats to the polls, but will it be enough to win in November? With America politically divided as never before, will that give Independents and swing voters the final say? We hear more about partisan politics and the evolution of the 2004 presidential campaign from political scientists and reporters, and Democratic and Republican strategists.
  • Making News: Major Benefits from Aggressive Reductions in Cholesterol
    A new study says doctors can greatly reduce the risk of heart attacks and save many more lives by doing more of what they-re doing already. Dr. Christopher Cannon of the Harvard Medical School, lead investigator for the "prove-it" trial, which is big news at the American College of Cardiology meeting in New Orleans, has more on the coronary benefits of cholesterol-lowering drugs.
  • Reporter's Notebook: The Clout of Popular Culture
    At last week-s Oscar ceremonies, many of the stars that walked up the red carpet didn-t get out of Cadillac limousines. The hip vehicle on that Hollywood night was the Toyota Prius. What does that say about America-s celebrity-conscious culture? Matt Peterson, president of Global Green, reports on how his environmental organization took advantage of celebrity clout to build on its work in renewable energy and climate change.

Bristol-Myers Squibb news release on benefits of intense cholesterol-lowering therapy

Bush campaign

Kerry campaign

Nader campaign

Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 (and 527 organizations)

Heal the Bay

National Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

Patrick Goldstein's LA Times article on "driving the issues"

Toyota Prius

Honda Civic Hybrid

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