- Newmaker: Politics and Public Speaking - President-elect Bush continues to fill cabinet positions as he maintains his support for a major tax cut. To make the cut, he'll have to work with Senate Democrat Robert Torricelli. The Senator joins us to talk about politics -- and his new book, Quotations for Public Speakers.
- Reporter's Notebook: World Chess Champion - In November, Garry Kasparov, the greatest champion of all time, conceded defeat to his former student Vladimir Kramnik in the 15th of a 16-game match. Sarah Lyall, London correspondent for The New York Times, covered the month-long World Chess Championship..
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