The gap between the rich and the middle class is growing fast, but President Bush says the economy will help Republicans in next month's elections. Will healthcare costs and gasoline prices make a difference? Do voters resent the wealthy--or want to be like them? Plus, the US grows impatient over the UN debate over sanctions against North Korea, and an American citizen from Orange County, California-turned-spokesman for al-Qaeda is indicted for treason.
Politics and the Economy in the Mid-Term Elections
From this Episode:
US Circulates Proposal at UN to Sanction North Korea
The UN Security Council is debating possible sanctions against North Korea after its apparent nuclear test on Sunday. US Ambassador John Bolton is impatient with the pace...
American al Qaeda Member Indicted for Treason
America's first charge of treason since World War II makes an unlikely connection between al Qaeda and a Republican stronghold in California.