- Making News: Syrian President to Announce Redeployment of Troops
Syria-s President Bashar al-Assad reportedly plans to announce a partial pull-back of troops to the Bekaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon, but today, President Bush said that-s not enough. Hassan Fattah, Middle East correspondent for the New York Times, reports on growing opposition to Syrian presence in Lebanon and the implications of total withdrawal for the Lebanese government, opposition groups, and the region as a whole.
- Reporter's Notebook: Celebrity Justice and the Martha Stewart Media Circus
After five months at Alderson Prison for Women, Martha Stewart is looking fit, happy and ready for tonight-s appearance on CNN-s Larry King Live. It-s hard to remember that she was convicted of lying to government agents investigating insider trading. Former Wall Street Journal columnist Foster Winans, who also did time for insider trading, says turning a -shameful moment- into a -triumph of marketing- undermines the judicial system.
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