- Newsmaker: Bush Calls for A Unified Europe - In Warsaw today, President Bush called for an eradication of European political divisions and the creation of a "democratic and unified continent." Newsweek's Michael Hirsch says that the president had messages for everyone from the European Community to the Shanghai Five.
- Reporter's Notebook: David McCullough on John Adams - John Adams, often remembered as the president "between Washington and Jefferson," has won the heart and mind of historian David McCullough. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author has just finished a biography of one of our country's most compelling founding fathers.
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