- Reporter-s Notebook: US Hispanic, Asian Populations to Triple by 2050
America-s Anglo-majority population is fading fast, soon to be replaced by a new majority that will look more like Southern California than it does Iowa or New Hampshire. William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC, says the latest US Census Bureau projections are -a snapshot of the Old America and the New America at the same time.-
Who Really Won the Spanish Election?
Spain-s conservative government supported the war in Iraq, even though Spaniards did not. Nevertheless, Jos- Mar-a Aznar was a likely bet for re-election, until last week-s terrorist bombings. Judging the war a disaster, newly elected Socialist Prime Minister Jos- Luis Zapatero threatens to bring 1300 Spanish troops home. While House Speaker Dennis Hastert calls it appeasement others insist it was a victory for democracy, experts agree it was a political triumph for what-s now being called a -global jihad.- Will terrorists be inspired by what happened in Spain? What-s in store for upcoming elections in Italy, the Netherlands, Australia and the United States? Warren Olney speaks with a former congressman and experts from the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security Studies.