- Newsmaker: Funeral in the Congo and Kabila's Successor - Slain Congolese President Laurent Kabila was buried today. Journalist Danna Harman joins us from the capital, Kinshasa, after attending the state funeral. She talks about the challenges facing the resource-rich country and Kabila's son, Joseph, who succeeds him.
- Reporter's Notebook: Tension in the Supreme Court - A code of silence has been broken as news of trouble among Supreme Court justices surfaces. Joan Biskupic, who writes on the Supreme Court for USA Today, blames a month in the spotlight and attacks over last year's decision that gave Bush Florida's electoral votes.
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