Philip Bruce, news director for public television-s Life and Times Tonight , guest hosts.
- Newsmaker: Administration Outlines Its First Strike Doctrine
The Bush administration is calling for a major shift in American military strategy that would, for the first time ever, call for pre-emptive first strikes against hostile states and terrorist groups. David Sanger, who broke the story in today-s New York Times, examines the reasons for and ramifications of the new first-strike strategy.
- Reporter's Notebook: Police Commission Narrows List for New LAPD Chief
The Los Angeles Police Commission has narrowed its nationwide search to replace former Police Chief Bernard Parks to three finalists: former Police Commissioners William Bratton of New York and John Timoney of Philadelphia, and Oxnard, California Police Chief Art Lopez, formerly of the LAPD. The Los Angeles Times- Beth Shuster considers whether these outsiders can fix a dysfunctional and scandal-plagued LAPD.