Managing Editor Kyle McKinnon guest hosts.
- Newsmaker: Bush Invokes the Taft-Hartley Act in West Coast Port Shutdown
President Bush has intervened in the West Coast ports labor dispute by asking a federal judge to impose a cease-fire between the Pacific Maritime Association and the Longshore Union. Neil King, who is following the rancorous dispute for the Wall Street Journal, says that the ten-day old work stoppage is estimated to have cost the US economy over a billion dollars a day.
- Reporter's Notebook: Cinerama Dome Reopens in Hollywood
Built with a three-screen projection system, it was to be the Imax of the 1950-s. But with only seven films made to go with the system, the Cinerama Dome never caught on. Now, says Christopher Foreman, CEO of Pacific Theaters and champion of the restoration, the newly renovated movie palace is back-at least for a couple weeks.