- Newsmaker: Social Security - Acknowledging that it has become "insecure," President Bush has named a 16-member commission to overhaul the Social Security program. Ron Brownstein, national political reporter for the Los Angeles Times, says the big question now is whether private retirement will become an "add-on" or "carved-out" plan.
- Reporter's Notebook: Verdict in 1963 Church Bombing Trial - Yesterday, a jury of 4 blacks and 8 whites convicted Thomas Blanton of murdering four black girls in a 1963 Birmingham church bombing. Richard Arrington retired as the city's mayor in 1999 after 20 years in office. Birmingham's first African American mayor talks about open wound that's haunted his city for almost 40 years.
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