- Making News: New Hampshire Primary Is Prelude to Super Tuesday
Whatever the results from today-s vote in New Hampshire, this year-s Democratic nomination race is a sprint that-s turned into a marathon. Walter Shapiro, columnist for USA Today and author of One-Car Caravan: On the Road with the 2004 Democrats Before America Tunes In, cautions there's no guarantee the Democratic nomination will be wrapped up soon.
- Reporter-s Notebook: The Oscar Nominations and Movie Piracy
This year-s Oscar nominations were announced today, and they mean big money for Hollywood studios. Also in the news today, a Chicago man was arrested with hundreds of -screeners," the tapes and CD-s studios send to Motion Picture Academy members in hopes they-ll vote to nominate them for Oscars. Robert Dowling of The Hollywood Reporter has more on the glam and the scam.
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