- Notebook: Middle East Update - With only ten days left before he leaves office, issues of a divided Jerusalem and Palestinian right of return leave President Clinton little hope of finding a peace settlement. Dan Ephron, Middle East correspondent for Newsweek, says that a declaration of principles is a more likely goal.
- Reporter's Notebook: Bush Cabinet Nominations and The Bork-o-meter - Thomas Crapper and Charles Boycott gave their names to the language. Satirist and political commentator Harry Shearer reminds us that Robert Bork did, too. Shearer has introduced the Bork-o-meter as a way of measuring the Senate confirmation process.
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