- Making News: Bush, Kerry Outflank Each Other on 9/11 Recommendations
On vacation in Crawford, Texas, President Bush made front-page news today by teleconferencing with advisors about the September 11 Commission recommendations, while the campaign trail, Vice President Cheney is embracing the Commission finds. In Florida, on his way toward Boston, John Kerry suggested they're not moving fast enough. David Brock, president of Media Matters for America, is watching it all.
- Reporter's Notebook: 'Un-News' from the Convention
As protestors in the street find their only audience is law enforcement, Satirist Harry Shearer takes on events inside and outside of the Fleet Center. He also shares his thoughts on Teresa Heinz Kerry--one of tonight's Convention speakers, and the difference in experiencing the made-for-television convention inside the tent and on TV.
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