- Newsmaker: President Bush Meets South Korean President Kim Dae Jung - President Bush is meeting with South Korean president Kim Dae Jung over the future of the Korean peninsula. Until now, Kim has followed a "soft approach" toward North Korea, but Bush officials are suggesting a tougher approach. Douglas Paal, of the Asia Pacific Policy Center, tells us what to expect from today's meeting.
- Reporter's Notebook: Hispanics Equal in Numbers to African Americans Census figures show there are 35 million Hispanics in the US, an explosive rise of 58 percent since 1990. At nearly 13 percent of the population, they've edged past African Americans as the nation's largest minority. Gregory Rodriguez, of the New America Foundation, considers the practical and political impact of this changing demographic.
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