- Newsmaker: Israeli Army Attacks Palestinian Targets - Israeli forces shelled targets in Gaza City and Ramallah today in retaliation for a suicide bomber who killed two Israelis. Dan Ephron, Jerusalem correspondent for Newsweek, talks about the escalating cycle of violence, the timing of this most recent carnage, and the increasing demands it poses for Yasser Arafat and Ariel Sharon.
- Reporter's Notebook: Segregated TV - The debut of a new African American sitcom is reviving a long running debate about the relative absence of minority faces on network TV. We look at the small screen and the bigger picture with the communications director of the NAACP and a writer from a conservative think-tank devoted to judicial, educational and political research.
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