- Newsmaker: Anthrax Case in New York - An NBC employee in New York City has tested positive for a skin form of anthrax. Time magazine's Michael Lemonick and UCLA's Gregory Stock discuss public reaction to the news and success in fighting the disease. Discussing the relatively "weak" contamination, they laud preparations for fighting future incidents.
- Newsmaker: Muslim Authority Reforms His Fatwa Beliefs - A fatwa, religious opinion, from five Middle East Muslim scholars, which was eagerly received by the West because it came from religious leaders who have been harshly critical of the US, may not be what it originally appeared. Muqtedar Khan, of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, explains the apparent discrepancy.
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