- Newsmaker: Bush Seeks Increase in Military Benefits - As the President continues to promote his plan for Pentagon reform, Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll, of the Center for Defense Information, applauds Bush for waiting for a full appraisal. He says it's time for the US to cut the military budget and seriously adopt a policy of international cooperation and leadership.
- Reporter's Notebook: Academy Award Nominations - Oscar nominations are out -- with all the usual surprises. Charles Flemming, a columnist with Ifilm.com, talks about the groundswell of support for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. He says that director Steven Soderbergh faces a sticky situation in running against himself in several categories.
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