- Newsmaker: Bush Unveils His Energy Policy - President Bush says the US faces dark days if it doesn't deal with "the most serious energy shortage since the oil embargoes of the 1970's." He's put forth a policy which has already enraged environmentalists and faces a bitter battle in Congress. John Fialka, covers energy issues for The Wall Street Journal.
- Reporter's Notebook: Iraq Sanctions to Be Narrowed - Sanctions against Saddam Hussein have failed to prevent Iraq from rearming and brought Iraqis hunger and death. Former UN arms inspector Scott Ritter talks about a shift in US and British policies toward Iraq which would lifting bans on civilian goods while tightening up on military equipment.
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