- Newsmaker: Accord Reached for US Control of Airport Safety - The Congress has passed a stringent airport security bill, that creates a new federal agency and put federal employees in charge of screening. Gerald Kauvar, staff director of a 1997 White House Commission on aviation safety and security, has doubts about whether this newest law will really make America's airways safer.
- Reporter's Notebook: Ramadan Begins - Billions of Muslims throughout the world, including 2 to 6 million here in the US, are beginning the celebration of Ramadan. Usman Mahda, community lliaison for the King Fahd Mosque in Culver City, California, explains Muslim's holiest month of fasting, purification, introspection, and reverence.
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