- Making News: Continuing Slow Growth in Jobs
As President Bush and Senator Kerry prepare for tonight's second presidential debate, there's disappointing news from the Labor Department. September job growth was much slower than had been expected. Kathleen Madigan, business outlook editor for BusinessWeek magazine, has the details.
- Reporter's Notebook: Kenyan Wangari Maathai Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Wangari Maathai was so excited about winning the Nobel Peace Prize that she broke the news to reporters before the official announcement. She is a 64-year old professor, former candidate for president of Kenya, and Vice Minister for the Environment in the current government. From Nairobi, freelance writer Ilona Eveleens has more on the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
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