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As President Bush announces his intention to preserve the longstanding trade embargo against the Castro regime, there are signs that many Cuban Americans are actually softening in their hard-line stance against their former homeland. Carlos Saladrigas chairs the Cuba Study Group, a group of prominent Miami businessmen that recently commissioned a poll on the changing attitudes of exiles towards Cuba and Castro.
- Reporter's Notebook: Death of Network Nightly News Greatly Exaggerated
Dinosaur or icon? Does the American network news anchor have a future? Cable news pundits and legions of print reporters have been predicting -the end of an era- for the past several years. So will it be a last hurrah for Peter, Dan and Tom? We look at the future of a television news tradition, the network news anchor. Frank Rich, authored -And that-s the way it was,- the cover story for Sunday-s New York Times Magazine.
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