- Newsmaker: NATO Meetings Conclude - In two weeks, President Bush will embark on his first European tour as head of state. Today-bad news. The 19-nation NATO Alliance doesn't agree that a missile defense system is needed. We speak with Bill Drozdiak Chief Europe Correspondent for the Washington Post.
- Reporter's Notebook: Return of 'Payola'? - Since the "payola" scandals of the 1950's, federal law has prohibited radio stations from playing music in exchange for anything of value. Now, the Los Angeles Times has documented evidence that all 5 major record companies-Vivendi, Universal, Sony Bertelsmann, AOL-Time Warner and EMI Group - paid for play on a radio station in Portland, Oregon.
FROM THIS EPISODE
More From To the Point
US elections: How far have we come since Bush v. Gore? This program began in the year 2000 with coverage of the contested election of President George W. Bush. Changes in the following 17 years were supposed to improve the integrity of the electoral process. Is the "guarantee" that every American has the right to vote more — or less — a reality?
LATEST BLOG POSTS
Handlebar’s Sandra Adu Zelli on the 5 best ingredients for a kickass winter salad People in Santa Barbara aren’t used to standing in line. The one exception may be Handlebar Coffee Roasters, where it’s common to see cyclists and hipsters waiting out the door.… Read More