- Newsmaker: Harman on Airport Security, Middle East Meetings
The Bush Administration says airlines will meet tomorrow-s deadline for screening checked baggage, but House Democratic leader Dick Gephardt says the intent of Congress has not been satisfied. Jane Harman, a Democrat from Los Angeles and ranking member of the House subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security, reviews security developments at home and abroad.
- Reporter's Notebook: Four Ex-Radicals Arrested for 1975 Bank Shooting
Police have arrested four people charged with first-degree murder during a bank robbery near Sacramento in 1975. The victim was depositing church receipts when the robbery occurred. In the getaway car was newspaper heiress Patty Hearst. Los Angeles TV news producer Pete Noyes, who covered the story then and now, offers recollections of the marginal group of former would-be terrorists known as the Symbionese Liberation Army.
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