- Newsmaker: Violence in Indonesia - Ethnic strife in Borneo has left more than a thousand dead. Political scientist Jeffrey Winters, an expert on Indonesia, calls the violence an unintended result of a World Bank transmigration project. Updating the current situation, he reviews the government's efforts to stop the violence and weighs in on whether it was preventable.
- Reporter's Notebook: Harry Shearer on the Democrats - Political satirist Harry Shearer predicts that President Bush will do a "workman-like job" tomorrow night in his budget speech before a joint session of Congress and a national TV audience. He suggests the Democrats stop licking their wounds, get their mind off the Bill-and-Hillary show -- distracting though it is, and look to the future.
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