- Making News: Pentagon Briefing
As the violence continues in Iraq, Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld and Joint Chiefs Chairman Richard Myers led today's briefing at the Pentagon, answering several questions about the latest attacks in Fallujah and Najaf. Fay Bowers, who covers security matters for the Christian Science Monitor, says Meyers also acknowledged the need to go back to Congress for additional supplemental funding before the November election.
- Reporter's Notebook: Robert MacNeil on Being an American
The public broadcasting audience will remember Robert MacNeil as half of the MacNeil -Lehrer anchor team on PBS. Yet, despite his success in this country, MacNeil did not become an American citizen until 1997, two years after leaving the show. His memoir, Looking for My Country, has now been released in paper back. MacNeil shares his thought on how he felt about September 11 and what-s happened since.
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