- Making News: Condoleezza Rice to Testify in Public under Oath
In a major reversal of policy by the White House, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice will be allowed to testify publicly, under oath, before the September 11 Investigating Commission. David Sanger, White House correspondent for the New York Times, says the turnaround is just one more example of a White House that declares a position on principle, then folds under overwhelming political pressure.
- Reporter-s Notebook: The Last Honest Place in America
American investors suffered through the dot-com boom and learned that the quarterly reports of multi-national corporations can-t always be trusted. But in this age of uncertainty, gamblers always know in advance that the odds favor the House. Marc Cooper, author, contributing editor to The Nation, and host of the weekly program, Radio Nation, says that-s just one of the things that make Las Vegas The Last Honest Place in America.
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