- Newsmaker: Bush to Propose New Cabinet-level Homeland Security Office
FBI Director Mueller Robert Mueller is under fire for alleged intelligence failures prior to September 11th. At the same time he told a Senate Committee that his agency -must change,- the White House said President Bush would go on TV tonight to propose what it called the largest government reorganization since 1947. The White House correspondent from Time tells us what is happening in Washington.
- Reporter's Notebook: Chronic Wasting Disease: Most Serious Animal Health Threat in Our History
In Wisconsin, hunting deer is a big part of the culture-and the economy. But, deer hunters have to play by the rules: they just kill bucks, not does or fawns. But now, a possible threat to dairy cattle has changed the rules for a special, out-of-season effort to wipe out some 15,000 deer in the southwestern part of the state. Could it pass to cattle? How about humans? We ask a reporter from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to explain.
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