- Newsmaker: America and Others Stepping Up the Pressure on Iraqi's Illegal Oil Flow
Under UN sanctions, Iraq is supposed to sell just enough oil to provide funds for food and medicine. But, Iraqi smugglers have been running the UN blockade. The New York Times reports that U.S. forces have all but shut off that flow of Iraqi oil, with help from Australia and-possibly-even Iran. A few weeks back, we spoke with Michael Gordon of the New York Times.
- Reporter's Notebook: Glacier National Park is melting
Glacier National Park is in Northwestern Montana-accessible, in all its Alpine magnificence, not just to tourists but to scientists as well. Dan Faygree is an ecologist, who leads a US Geological Survey that is racing against time.
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