- Newsmaker: President Bush-s Miami Speech
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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Politics and ‘incivility’ One Democrat wants Trump aides confronted in public over separating immigrant families. But her party’s leaders call that “incivility.” The question is: does moderation accomplish real change -- or is it a smokescreen for the status quo? When it comes to achieving racial equality, what’s worked and what hasn’t?
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