Skip to main content
Search
Services


 

Return to Transcripts main page

CNN LIVE TODAY

Note: This page is continually updated as new transcripts become available. If you cannot find a specific segment, check back later.

September 01, 2006


August 31, 2006


August 30, 2006


August 29, 2006


August 28, 2006


August 25, 2006


August 24, 2006


August 23, 2006


August 22, 2006


August 21, 2006


August 18, 2006


August 17, 2006


August 16, 2006


August 15, 2006


August 14, 2006


August 11, 2006


August 10, 2006


August 09, 2006


August 08, 2006


August 07, 2006


August 04, 2006


August 03, 2006


August 02, 2006


August 01, 2006


July 31, 2006


July 28, 2006


July 27, 2006


July 26, 2006


July 25, 2006


July 24, 2006


July 21, 2006


July 20, 2006


July 19, 2006


July 18, 2006


July 17, 2006


July 14, 2006


July 13, 2006


July 12, 2006


July 11, 2006


July 10, 2006


July 07, 2006


July 06, 2006


July 05, 2006


July 04, 2006


July 03, 2006


June 30, 2006


June 29, 2006


June 28, 2006


June 27, 2006


June 26, 2006


June 23, 2006


June 22, 2006


June 21, 2006


June 20, 2006


June 19, 2006


June 16, 2006


June 15, 2006


June 14, 2006


June 13, 2006


June 12, 2006


June 09, 2006


June 08, 2006


June 07, 2006


June 06, 2006


June 05, 2006


June 02, 2006


June 01, 2006


May 31, 2006


May 30, 2006


May 29, 2006


May 26, 2006


May 25, 2006


May 24, 2006


May 23, 2006


May 22, 2006


May 19, 2006


May 17, 2006


May 16, 2006


May 15, 2006


May 12, 2006


May 11, 2006


May 10, 2006


May 09, 2006


May 08, 2006


May 05, 2006


May 04, 2006


May 03, 2006


May 02, 2006


May 01, 2006


April 28, 2006


April 27, 2006


April 26, 2006


April 25, 2006


April 24, 2006


April 21, 2006


April 20, 2006


April 19, 2006


April 18, 2006


April 17, 2006


April 14, 2006


April 13, 2006


April 12, 2006


April 11, 2006


April 10, 2006


April 07, 2006


April 06, 2006


April 05, 2006


April 04, 2006


April 03, 2006


March 31, 2006


March 30, 2006


March 29, 2006


March 28, 2006


March 27, 2006


March 24, 2006


March 23, 2006


March 22, 2006


March 20, 2006


March 17, 2006


March 16, 2006


March 15, 2006


March 14, 2006


March 13, 2006


March 10, 2006


March 09, 2006


March 08, 2006


March 07, 2006


March 06, 2006


March 03, 2006


March 02, 2006


March 01, 2006


February 27, 2006


February 24, 2006


February 23, 2006


February 22, 2006


February 21, 2006


February 20, 2006


February 17, 2006


February 16, 2006


February 15, 2006


February 14, 2006


February 13, 2006


February 09, 2006


February 08, 2006


February 07, 2006


February 06, 2006


February 03, 2006


February 02, 2006


February 01, 2006


January 31, 2006


January 30, 2006


January 27, 2006


January 26, 2006


January 25, 2006


January 24, 2006


January 23, 2006


January 20, 2006


January 18, 2006


January 17, 2006


January 16, 2006


January 13, 2006


January 09, 2006


January 06, 2006


January 05, 2006


January 04, 2006


January 02, 2006


December 30, 2005


December 29, 2005


December 28, 2005


December 27, 2005


December 26, 2005


December 23, 2005


December 22, 2005


December 21, 2005


December 20, 2005


December 19, 2005


December 16, 2005


December 15, 2005


December 14, 2005


December 13, 2005


December 12, 2005


December 09, 2005


December 08, 2005


December 07, 2005


December 06, 2005


December 05, 2005


December 02, 2005


December 01, 2005


November 30, 2005


November 29, 2005


November 28, 2005


November 25, 2005


November 24, 2005


November 23, 2005


November 22, 2005


November 21, 2005


November 18, 2005


November 17, 2005


November 16, 2005


November 15, 2005


November 14, 2005


November 11, 2005


November 10, 2005


November 09, 2005


November 08, 2005


November 07, 2005


November 04, 2005


November 03, 2005


November 02, 2005


November 01, 2005


October 26, 2005


October 25, 2005


October 21, 2005


October 20, 2005


October 19, 2005


October 18, 2005


October 17, 2005


October 14, 2005


October 13, 2005


October 12, 2005


October 11, 2005


October 10, 2005


October 07, 2005


October 06, 2005


October 05, 2005


October 04, 2005


October 03, 2005


September 30, 2005


September 29, 2005


September 28, 2005


September 27, 2005


September 26, 2005


September 23, 2005


September 22, 2005


September 21, 2005


September 20, 2005


September 19, 2005


September 16, 2005


September 12, 2005


September 09, 2005


September 08, 2005


September 07, 2005


September 06, 2005


September 05, 2005


September 02, 2005


September 01, 2005


August 31, 2005


August 30, 2005


August 29, 2005


August 26, 2005


August 25, 2005


August 24, 2005


August 23, 2005


August 22, 2005


August 19, 2005


August 18, 2005


August 17, 2005


August 16, 2005


August 15, 2005


August 12, 2005


August 11, 2005


August 10, 2005


August 09, 2005


August 08, 2005


August 05, 2005


August 04, 2005


August 03, 2005


August 02, 2005


August 01, 2005


July 28, 2005


July 27, 2005


July 26, 2005


July 25, 2005


July 22, 2005


July 20, 2005


July 19, 2005


July 18, 2005


July 15, 2005


July 14, 2005


July 13, 2005


July 12, 2005


July 11, 2005


July 08, 2005


July 06, 2005


July 05, 2005


July 04, 2005


July 01, 2005


June 30, 2005


June 29, 2005


June 28, 2005


June 27, 2005


June 24, 2005


June 23, 2005


June 22, 2005


June 21, 2005


June 20, 2005


June 17, 2005


June 16, 2005


June 15, 2005


June 14, 2005


June 13, 2005


June 10, 2005


June 09, 2005


June 08, 2005


June 07, 2005


June 06, 2005


June 03, 2005


June 02, 2005


June 01, 2005


May 31, 2005


May 30, 2005


May 27, 2005


May 26, 2005


May 25, 2005


May 24, 2005


May 23, 2005


May 20, 2005


May 19, 2005


May 18, 2005


May 17, 2005


May 16, 2005


May 13, 2005


May 12, 2005


May 11, 2005


May 10, 2005


May 09, 2005


May 06, 2005


May 05, 2005


May 04, 2005


May 03, 2005


May 02, 2005


April 29, 2005


April 28, 2005


April 27, 2005


April 26, 2005


April 25, 2005


April 22, 2005


April 21, 2005


April 20, 2005


April 19, 2005


April 18, 2005


April 15, 2005


April 14, 2005


April 13, 2005


April 12, 2005


April 11, 2005


April 08, 2005


April 07, 2005


April 06, 2005


April 05, 2005


April 04, 2005


March 31, 2005


March 30, 2005


March 29, 2005


March 28, 2005


March 25, 2005


March 24, 2005


March 23, 2005


March 22, 2005


March 21, 2005


March 18, 2005


March 17, 2005


March 16, 2005


March 15, 2005


March 14, 2005


March 11, 2005


March 10, 2005


March 09, 2005


March 08, 2005


March 07, 2005


March 04, 2005


March 03, 2005


March 02, 2005


March 01, 2005


February 28, 2005


February 25, 2005


February 24, 2005


February 23, 2005


February 22, 2005


February 21, 2005


February 18, 2005


February 17, 2005


February 16, 2005


February 15, 2005


February 14, 2005


February 11, 2005


February 10, 2005


February 09, 2005


February 08, 2005


February 07, 2005


February 04, 2005


February 03, 2005


February 02, 2005


February 01, 2005


January 31, 2005


January 28, 2005


January 27, 2005


January 26, 2005


January 25, 2005


January 24, 2005


January 21, 2005


January 20, 2005


January 19, 2005


January 17, 2005


January 14, 2005


January 13, 2005


January 12, 2005


January 11, 2005


January 10, 2005


January 07, 2005


January 06, 2005


January 05, 2005


January 04, 2005


January 03, 2005


December 31, 2004


December 30, 2004


December 29, 2004


December 28, 2004


December 27, 2004


December 24, 2004


December 23, 2004


December 22, 2004


December 21, 2004


December 20, 2004


December 17, 2004


December 16, 2004


December 15, 2004


December 14, 2004


December 13, 2004


December 10, 2004


December 09, 2004


December 08, 2004


December 07, 2004


December 06, 2004


December 03, 2004


December 02, 2004


December 01, 2004


November 30, 2004


November 29, 2004


November 26, 2004


November 24, 2004


November 23, 2004


November 22, 2004


November 19, 2004


November 18, 2004


November 17, 2004


November 16, 2004


November 15, 2004


November 12, 2004


November 11, 2004


November 10, 2004


November 09, 2004


November 08, 2004


November 05, 2004


November 04, 2004


November 01, 2004


October 29, 2004


October 28, 2004


October 27, 2004


October 26, 2004


October 25, 2004


October 22, 2004


October 21, 2004


October 20, 2004


October 19, 2004


October 18, 2004


October 15, 2004


October 14, 2004


October 13, 2004


October 12, 2004


October 11, 2004


October 08, 2004


October 07, 2004


October 06, 2004


October 05, 2004


October 04, 2004


October 01, 2004


September 30, 2004


September 29, 2004


September 28, 2004


September 27, 2004


September 24, 2004


September 23, 2004


September 22, 2004


September 21, 2004


September 20, 2004


September 17, 2004


September 16, 2004


September 15, 2004


September 14, 2004


September 13, 2004


September 10, 2004


September 09, 2004


September 08, 2004


September 07, 2004


September 06, 2004


September 03, 2004


September 02, 2004


September 01, 2004


August 31, 2004


August 30, 2004


August 27, 2004


August 26, 2004


August 25, 2004


August 24, 2004


August 23, 2004


August 20, 2004


August 19, 2004


August 18, 2004


August 17, 2004


August 16, 2004


August 13, 2004


August 12, 2004


August 11, 2004


August 10, 2004


August 09, 2004


August 06, 2004


August 05, 2004


August 04, 2004


August 03, 2004


August 02, 2004


July 30, 2004


July 29, 2004


July 28, 2004


July 27, 2004


July 26, 2004


July 23, 2004


July 22, 2004


July 21, 2004


July 20, 2004


July 19, 2004


July 16, 2004


July 15, 2004


July 14, 2004


July 13, 2004


July 12, 2004


July 09, 2004


July 08, 2004


July 07, 2004


July 06, 2004


July 05, 2004


July 02, 2004


July 01, 2004


June 30, 2004


June 29, 2004


June 28, 2004


June 25, 2004


June 24, 2004


June 23, 2004


June 22, 2004


June 21, 2004


June 18, 2004


June 17, 2004


June 16, 2004


June 15, 2004


June 14, 2004


June 10, 2004


June 09, 2004


June 08, 2004


June 07, 2004


June 04, 2004


June 03, 2004


June 02, 2004


June 01, 2004


May 31, 2004


May 28, 2004


May 27, 2004


May 26, 2004


May 25, 2004


May 24, 2004


May 21, 2004


May 20, 2004


May 19, 2004


May 18, 2004


May 17, 2004


May 14, 2004


May 13, 2004


May 12, 2004


May 11, 2004


May 10, 2004


May 07, 2004


May 06, 2004


May 05, 2004


May 04, 2004


May 03, 2004


April 30, 2004


April 29, 2004


April 28, 2004


April 27, 2004


April 26, 2004


April 23, 2004


April 22, 2004


April 21, 2004


April 20, 2004


April 19, 2004


April 16, 2004


April 15, 2004


April 14, 2004


April 12, 2004


April 09, 2004


April 07, 2004


April 06, 2004


April 05, 2004


April 02, 2004


April 01, 2004


March 31, 2004


March 30, 2004


March 29, 2004


March 26, 2004


March 25, 2004


March 24, 2004


March 22, 2004


March 19, 2004


March 18, 2004


March 17, 2004


March 16, 2004


March 15, 2004


March 12, 2004


March 11, 2004


March 10, 2004


March 09, 2004


March 08, 2004


March 05, 2004


March 04, 2004


March 03, 2004


March 02, 2004


March 01, 2004


February 27, 2004


February 26, 2004


February 25, 2004


February 24, 2004


February 23, 2004


February 20, 2004


February 19, 2004


February 18, 2004


February 17, 2004


February 16, 2004


February 13, 2004


February 12, 2004


February 11, 2004


February 10, 2004


February 09, 2004


February 06, 2004


February 05, 2004


February 04, 2004


February 03, 2004


February 02, 2004


January 30, 2004


January 29, 2004


January 28, 2004


January 27, 2004


January 26, 2004


January 23, 2004


January 15, 2004


January 14, 2004


January 13, 2004


January 12, 2004


January 09, 2004


January 08, 2004


January 07, 2004


January 06, 2004


January 05, 2004


January 02, 2004


December 31, 2003


December 30, 2003


December 29, 2003


December 26, 2003


December 24, 2003


December 23, 2003


December 22, 2003


December 19, 2003


December 18, 2003


December 17, 2003


December 16, 2003


December 15, 2003


December 12, 2003


December 11, 2003


December 10, 2003


December 09, 2003


December 08, 2003


December 05, 2003


December 04, 2003


December 03, 2003


December 02, 2003


December 01, 2003


November 28, 2003


November 26, 2003


November 25, 2003


November 24, 2003


November 21, 2003


November 20, 2003


November 19, 2003


November 18, 2003


November 17, 2003


November 14, 2003


November 13, 2003


November 12, 2003


November 11, 2003


November 10, 2003


November 07, 2003


November 06, 2003


November 05, 2003


November 04, 2003


November 03, 2003


October 31, 2003


October 30, 2003


October 29, 2003


October 28, 2003


October 27, 2003


October 24, 2003


October 23, 2003


October 22, 2003


October 21, 2003


October 20, 2003


October 17, 2003


October 16, 2003


October 15, 2003


October 14, 2003


October 13, 2003


October 10, 2003


October 09, 2003


October 08, 2003


October 07, 2003


October 06, 2003


October 03, 2003


October 02, 2003


October 01, 2003


September 30, 2003


September 29, 2003


September 26, 2003


September 25, 2003


September 24, 2003


September 22, 2003


September 19, 2003


September 17, 2003


September 16, 2003


September 15, 2003


September 12, 2003


September 11, 2003


September 10, 2003


September 09, 2003


September 08, 2003


September 05, 2003


September 04, 2003


September 03, 2003


September 02, 2003


September 01, 2003


August 29, 2003


August 28, 2003


August 27, 2003


August 26, 2003


August 25, 2003


August 22, 2003


August 21, 2003


August 20, 2003


August 18, 2003


August 15, 2003


August 14, 2003


August 13, 2003


August 12, 2003


August 11, 2003


August 08, 2003


August 07, 2003


August 06, 2003


August 05, 2003


August 04, 2003


August 01, 2003


July 31, 2003


July 30, 2003


July 29, 2003


July 28, 2003


July 25, 2003


July 24, 2003


July 23, 2003


July 22, 2003


July 21, 2003


July 18, 2003


July 17, 2003


July 16, 2003


July 15, 2003


July 14, 2003


July 11, 2003


July 10, 2003


July 09, 2003


July 08, 2003


July 07, 2003


July 04, 2003


July 03, 2003


July 02, 2003


July 01, 2003


June 30, 2003


June 27, 2003


June 26, 2003


June 25, 2003


June 24, 2003


June 23, 2003


June 20, 2003


June 19, 2003


June 18, 2003


June 17, 2003


June 16, 2003


June 13, 2003


June 12, 2003


June 11, 2003


June 10, 2003


June 09, 2003


June 06, 2003


June 05, 2003


June 04, 2003


June 03, 2003


June 02, 2003


May 30, 2003


May 29, 2003


May 28, 2003


May 27, 2003


May 26, 2003


May 23, 2003


May 22, 2003


May 21, 2003


May 20, 2003


May 19, 2003


May 16, 2003


May 15, 2003


May 14, 2003


May 13, 2003


May 12, 2003


May 09, 2003


May 08, 2003


May 07, 2003


May 06, 2003


May 05, 2003


May 02, 2003


May 01, 2003


April 30, 2003


April 29, 2003


April 28, 2003


April 25, 2003


April 24, 2003


April 23, 2003


April 22, 2003


April 21, 2003


April 18, 2003


April 17, 2003


April 16, 2003


April 15, 2003


April 14, 2003


April 11, 2003


April 10, 2003


April 09, 2003


April 08, 2003


April 07, 2003


April 05, 2003


April 04, 2003


April 03, 2003


April 02, 2003


April 01, 2003


March 31, 2003


March 29, 2003


March 28, 2003


March 27, 2003


March 26, 2003


March 25, 2003


March 24, 2003


March 21, 2003


March 20, 2003


March 19, 2003


March 18, 2003


March 17, 2003


March 14, 2003


March 13, 2003


March 12, 2003


March 11, 2003


March 10, 2003


March 06, 2003


March 05, 2003


March 04, 2003


March 03, 2003


February 28, 2003


February 27, 2003


February 26, 2003


February 25, 2003


February 24, 2003


February 21, 2003


February 20, 2003


February 19, 2003


February 18, 2003


February 17, 2003


February 14, 2003


February 13, 2003


February 12, 2003


February 11, 2003


February 10, 2003


February 06, 2003


February 04, 2003


February 03, 2003


January 31, 2003


January 30, 2003


January 29, 2003


January 28, 2003


January 24, 2003


January 23, 2003


January 22, 2003


January 21, 2003


January 20, 2003


January 17, 2003


January 16, 2003


January 15, 2003


January 14, 2003


January 13, 2003


January 10, 2003


January 09, 2003


January 07, 2003


January 06, 2003


January 03, 2003


January 02, 2003


December 31, 2002


December 30, 2002


December 27, 2002


December 26, 2002


December 24, 2002


December 23, 2002


December 20, 2002


December 19, 2002


December 18, 2002


December 17, 2002


December 16, 2002


December 13, 2002


December 12, 2002


December 11, 2002


December 10, 2002


December 09, 2002


December 06, 2002


December 05, 2002


December 04, 2002


December 03, 2002


December 02, 2002


November 29, 2002


November 28, 2002


November 27, 2002


November 26, 2002


November 25, 2002


November 22, 2002


November 21, 2002


November 20, 2002


November 19, 2002


November 18, 2002


November 15, 2002


November 14, 2002


November 13, 2002


November 12, 2002


November 11, 2002


November 08, 2002


November 07, 2002


November 06, 2002


November 05, 2002


November 04, 2002


November 01, 2002


October 31, 2002


October 30, 2002


October 29, 2002


October 28, 2002


October 25, 2002


October 23, 2002


October 18, 2002


October 17, 2002


October 16, 2002


October 15, 2002


October 14, 2002


October 11, 2002


October 10, 2002


October 09, 2002


October 08, 2002


October 04, 2002


October 03, 2002


October 02, 2002


October 01, 2002


September 30, 2002


September 26, 2002


September 25, 2002


September 24, 2002


September 23, 2002


September 20, 2002


September 19, 2002


September 18, 2002


September 17, 2002


September 16, 2002


September 13, 2002


September 12, 2002


September 10, 2002


September 09, 2002


September 06, 2002


September 05, 2002


September 04, 2002


September 03, 2002


September 02, 2002


August 30, 2002


August 29, 2002


August 28, 2002


August 27, 2002


August 26, 2002


August 23, 2002


August 22, 2002


August 21, 2002


August 20, 2002


August 19, 2002


August 16, 2002


August 15, 2002


August 14, 2002


August 13, 2002


August 12, 2002


August 09, 2002


August 08, 2002


August 07, 2002


August 06, 2002


August 05, 2002


August 02, 2002


August 01, 2002


July 31, 2002


July 30, 2002


July 29, 2002


July 26, 2002


July 25, 2002


July 24, 2002


July 23, 2002


July 22, 2002
• Tiger Woods' Bid For Grand Slam Becomes Little More Than Footnote
• Paris Cobbles Together Bit of Coast and Plops It Down in Landlocked City of Lights
• Air Show Gives Boeing, Airbus Chance to Show Off
• Wall Street Worries
• Alleged Friend of Zacarias Moussaoui Will Be in Court Today
• Man Accused of Kidnapping, Murdering Samantha Runnion Faces Arraignment Today
• Interview with Michael Berens
• Avila Faces Arraignment Today
• Investors Closely Watching Stock Markets Today
• Current Test for Anthrax Believed to be Unreliable
• Interview With Terry Savage
• Bush Speaks For Homeland Security Department in Oregon
• Everyone Who is Anyone in Aviation at Exclusive Airshow in England
• U.S. Forces Play Diplomatic Role for Central Afghan Government
• Bush Speaks For Homeland Security Department in Illinois
• Israel Could Release Portion of Frozen Tax Funds to Palestinian Authority
• Prosecutor to Meet With Runnion, May Seek Death Penalty
• WorldCom Serves Up Biggest Bankruptcy in U.S. History
• News of WorldCom Bankruptcy Adding to Anxiety of Many Investors
• Drought Has People Rethinking Conservation
• When Will You Retire?
• Man Authorities Believe Killed Samantha Runnion Expected to be Formally Charged
• Dry Weather Hits West
• U.S. Being Asked to Train Hamid Karzai's Bodyguards
• Rallies, Sell-Offs Often Short on Information
• WorldCom: Service Should Remain Normal
• Runnion Suspect to Be Arraigned in California
• Interview With Charles Payne
• Drought's Effect on Wildlife


July 19, 2002


July 18, 2002


July 17, 2002


July 16, 2002


July 15, 2002


July 12, 2002


July 11, 2002


July 10, 2002


July 09, 2002


July 08, 2002


July 05, 2002


July 04, 2002


July 03, 2002


July 02, 2002


July 01, 2002


June 28, 2002


June 27, 2002
• Fire Season Has Already Caused Enormous Damage in Arizona and Colorado
• Connecticut Quadruplets Going to College Together
• Paging Dr. Gupta: How Far Would You Go to Get the Perfect Body?
• Supreme Court Rules School Vouchers Legal
• Major Technology and PC Expo Wraps Up Today in New York
• Courts Tackle Several Controversial Education Issues
• Firefighters Face Blazes on Multiple Fronts
• Brother Burns Brother
• Grand Jury Investigates Elizabeth Smart Disappearance
• Robert Blake Seeking Bail
• Firefighters Grow Optimistic About Saving Show Low
• Authorities Call Witnesses Before Grand Jury
• Pledge Plaintiff Gets Threatening Phone Calls
• Politicians Line Up to Attack Pledge Ruling
• Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Drug Testing, Vouchers
• Supreme Court Looks at School Vouchers
• Full Circuit Court, Supreme Court Likely to Overturn Ruling
• Look at Man Who Sued Over Pledge of Allegiance
• SAT May Get Overhaul; Interview with Josh Fisher
• MCI Customers Will Likely Have Uninterrupted Service
• Fires Controlled Around Show Low, Arizona
• At WorldCom Headquarters, Many Await Word of Former CEO
• CNN Looks at Body Image
• SATs to Be Changed
• School Superintendent Pledges to Fight "Under God" Court Decision
• California School Continues Reciting Pledge of Allegiance
• WoldCom Peril Should Not Interfere With Telecommunications
• Supreme Court Approves Random Drug Testing in Public Schools
• Supreme Court Favors School Vouchers, Drug Testing
• Richard Ricci's Wife Testifies Before Federal Grand Jury
• Interview With Barton Gellman
• Supreme Court Says Yes to Vouchers and Drug Tests
• Netanya Has Been Hard-Hit By Suicide Attacks
• Arizona Fires Continue Consuming More Than 400,000 Acres
• College Board to Make Major Changes to SAT
• 'Popular Science' Editor Demonstrates New Gadgets
• Interview with Scott Woolley


June 26, 2002


June 25, 2002


June 24, 2002


June 21, 2002


June 20, 2002
• Talk With Olympic Gold Medalist Derek Parra
• Report Finds L.A. Traffic to be Worst in U.S.
• Talk With Make-A-Wish Foundation Recipient Brandi Bouchard
• Supreme Court Says It's Unconstitutional to Execute Mentally Retarded
• Messages Intercepted on Day Before September 11th Attacks
• Fires Rage in Colorado, Arizona
• Drivers Spending More and More Time Stuck in Traffic
• Weather Turns Against Firefighters Battling Massive Flames Raging in Colorado
• Seven Middle Eastern Men Offer Cash For Replica Ambulance
• F-16s Scramble Too Late to Protect White House
• Israeli Prime Minister, Defense Minister At Odds Over Reoccupation
• Court Rules Against Capital Punishment for Mentally Retarded
• Interview with Bobby Kitchens; Firefighters Battle Western Blazes
• Israelis On High Alert for Possible Attacks
• Fighter Planes Scrambled Too Late to Reach White House
• Life in the Fast Lane
• CDC Debating Use of Smallpox Vaccine
• Interview With Katherine Cosgrove
• Interview With Scott Hunsucker, Mark Orr
• What Will Car of the Future Look Like?
• Congress Looks Into Pre-9/11 Intercepts of al Qaeda Communications
• SEC Considers Legal Action Against Imclone
• Should White House Expand Its Airspace?
• Congress, White House Upset Over pre-9/11 al Qaeda Messages
• Several Large Wildfires Burn in Colorado
• Police Receive Ransom E-Mail in Smart Kidnapping Case
• Interview With Don Garber, Marcelo Balboa
• Interview With Jack Otter


June 19, 2002


June 18, 2002
• At Least 19 Dead After Suicide Bomber Attacks City Bus in Jerusalem
• In San Francisco Dog Mauling Case, Surprising Turn of Events
• Some Big League Names Appearing Before Congressional Leaders
• Atlanta Toddler Survives in House after Mother's Death
• Supersized Fast Food Meals Supersizing America
• In Colorado, Fire Crews Telling More Residents to Get Ready to Run
• 19 Killed in Jerusalem Bus Bombing
• Family of 14-Year-Old Missing Girl Makes Another Plea For Her Return
• Judge Refuses to Allow Caretaker of Rilya Wilson to Visit Child's Younger Sister
• Israeli Leaders Scoffing at Notion of Palestinian State
• Winds and Tinder Dry Brush Hindering Efforts to Contain Wildfires in Colorado
• Colorado Wildfires: Hundreds Forced to Evacuate
• Robert Blake Expected to Request Bail
• Congress Examines Steroid Use in Baseball
• Senior Beefcake
• Prominent Personalities at U.N., Putting Starpower Behind Goodwill Efforts
• Jerusalem Bus Bombing Brings Bush Plan into Question
• Tenet to Take Hot Seat at Joint Hearing
• Police Ponder Possible New Lead in Smart Case
• Broad Support Among Americans for Overthrowing Hussein
• Botox May Help Headache Sufferers
• Supersized Meals Make for Supersized Calories
• Early Assumptions About Smart Case Were Wrong
• Former Senator Looks for Smart from the Skies
• Colorado Farmers Try To Maintain Way of Life in Midst of Blaze
• Israelis Consider Response to Suicide Bombing; White House Says Peace Process Must Continue
• FBI, CIA say 9/11 Attacks Almost Impossible to Stop
• Robert Blake Bail Hearing to be Held Today
• Interview with Dennis Kneale
• Russian Woman Hailed in Israel
• Explosions Rock Kabul
• Interview with Angelina Jolie
• Studies Find Botox Soothes Problem Headaches
• Plea Deal Struck in Decades-Old Kidnapping Case


June 17, 2002


June 14, 2002
• Look at Developments in Firefighting
• Storied History of Bethpage Black Course Subject of New Book
• Bishops Up Late Trying to Hammer Out Charter
• No One Has Claimed Responsibility For Suicide Bombing in Pakistan
• License Plates From Vehicle Bret Edmunds Seen Driving Found
• In Dallas, Catholic Church Leaders Meeting To Confront Sexual Abuse Crisis
• Police Find Edmunds' License Plates
• Westerfield Uses 'We' When Describing Supposedly Solo Trip
• In Pakistan, U.S. Embassy Shut Down Following Bombing
• Church Abuse Crisis: Vatican Opposed to Zero-Tolerance Policy?
• Interview with Delia Gallagher
• Ryder Arraigned in Beverly Hills
• Politically Sensitive Talking Points Make Way From White House to General Circulation
• Bishops in Dallas May Vote on Abuse Policy
• Weather Gives Firefighters a Chance to Fight Back
• Discarded License Plates Latest in Search for Elizabeth Smart
• Interview with Cardinal Roger Mahony
• Ephedra Comes Under Scrutiny by F.D.A.
• Carol Carr Granted Temporary Release From Prison
• Fire Near Denver Destroys 22 Homes
• FDA Calls for More Research Into Ephedra Products
• Bishops Propose Policy to Deal With Priestly Sexual Abuse
• Edmunds Spotted in Texas, New Mexico
• Bishops Expected to Vote on Plan to Deal With Sexual Abuse
• Wildfires Threaten Denver
• Firefighters Go High-Tech
• Cause of Air Force Plane Crash Remains Unknown
• U.S. Embassy, Consulates in Pakistan Closed Following Suicide Bombing
• Study Says Police Harrassment of Women is Widespread
• U.S. Soccer Team Advances to Second Round of World Cup


June 13, 2002


June 12, 2002


June 11, 2002


June 10, 2002


June 07, 2002


June 06, 2002


June 05, 2002
• Interview with Bob Vila, Home Improvement Expert
• 68-Count Indictment Against 17 Alleged Gambino Family Members
• Lost and Found Ring
• Khalid Shaikh Mohammed Played Key Role in 9/11, But Not Mastermind
• Islamic Jihad Claims Responsibility for Car Bombing
• U.S. Officials Believe Khalid Shaikh Mohammed Played Key Role in 9/11 Plot
• Intelligence Committee Investigators Questioning FBI Whistle- blower Coleen Rowley
• Interview with Brandi Chastain, World Cup Champion
• Autopsy Results Due Today in Death of 7-Year-Old Boy
• Danielle Van Dam Murder Trial Gets Under Way
• Lawmakers Investigating Intelligence Failures Before 09-11
• Grand Jury Will Hand Down Indictment Today Against R. Kelly
• Singer R. Kelly Faces Possible Child Porn Charges
• Day Two of Deliberations in Trial of Kennedy Cousin Michael Skakel
• Coleen Rowley to Meet with Congressional Investigators Today
• State Department Issues Reward for Arrest of Bin Laden's Lieutenant
• Palestinians and Israelis Reacting to Bus Bombing
• Day Two of the Van Dam Trial Begins Today
• R. Kelly Could Face Charges of Child Pornography
• Investigation Continues into Paolo Ayala's Death
• Harvard Jihad Commencement Controversy
• Parents Expected to Take Stand in Van Dam Murder Trial
• Interview with Harold Decker, American Red Cross
• Israel Vows Severe Retaliation for Suicide Bus Bombing
• FBI Agent Rowley Interviewed Under Oath by Committee Staff
• Announcement Expected in R. Kelly Investigation
• Closing Arguments Given Today in Andersen Trial
• Al Qaeda Lieutanant Says Khalid Shaikh Mohammed Helped Plan 9/11 Attacks
• Nigerian Mother Faces Death Penalty for Bearing Child Out of Wedlock
• Singer R. Kelly to be Indicted on Child Pornography Charges
• Murky Pool May Have Delayed Discovery of Boy
• Father Takes Stand as David Westerfield Trial Underway
• Justice Department to Announce New Rules for Immigrants


June 04, 2002


June 03, 2002
• Lawyers in Murder Trial of Skakel Have Started Closing Arguments
• Interview with Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt
• Customs Showing Off High-Tech Devices Aimed at Prevent Terrorism
• Intelligence Snafu?
• U.S. Troops Launch Air Assault on Eastern Afghanistan
• Queen's Golden Jubilee Celebrations Continuing
• Winona Ryder's Court Hearing Today
• Interview with Foreigner's Phil Gramm, Mick Jones
• CIA Tracked Terrorists Years Before 9/11
• Pop Music Pervades Queen Elizabeth's Golden Jubilee
• Winona Ryder Appears in Court
• Curtain Set to Rise on Queen Elizabeth II Tribute
• Rural Clinics May Face Shortage Due to September 11
• Closing Arguments Begin in Skakel Murder Trial
• Congress to Hold Hearings Into Pre-9/11 Intelligence
• Russian President Tries to Get Leaders of India, Pakistan to Meet
• Customs Commissioner Demonstrates Anti-terrorism Technology
• CIA Tracked 9/11 Hijacker Months Before Attacks
• Customs Service Reassures Americans of Secure Borders
• Town Hall Meeting Scheduled to Discuss Florida Children Services
• Closing Arguments Under Way in Skakel Trial
• Preliminary Hearing Held in Winona Ryder Shoplifting Case
• Thousands of Britons Gather for Queen's Jubilee
• Interview With Jeffrey Krames, Author of `The Rumsfeld Way'
• Wildfires Burn in Locations Throughout U.S.
• Mystery of Rilya Wilson Continues
• Congress to Investigate FBI, CIA
• England Celebrates Queen's Golden Jubilee
• U.S. Forces Continue Hunt for al Qaeda, Taliban
• Meeting Between Pakistan, India Leaders Uncertain


May 31, 2002
• High Drama on Mt. Hood
• Warning Terrorists Could Use Shoulder-Fired Missiles Against Airliners
• State Department Urges All But Essential American Diplomats to Leave India
• Interview with Melissa Gilbert, Host, 'Adoption'
• Steroid Use Increase Seen in Younger Age Groups
• Interview with Jill Bernstein, "Premier" Magazine
• Air Force Reserve Rescue Helicopter Goes Crashing Down Oregon Mountain
• India and Pakistan Have Massed Some One Million Troops Along Kashmir Region
• N'Sync Star Looking to Catch Ride Into Space This Fall
• U.S. and Britain Urging Citizens to Get Out of India Today
• Rescue Helicopter Crashes With Six Crew Members Onboard
• Underground Coal Mine Fire That Started in 1962 Still Burning
• 'Food & Wine' Out With Top Five Destinations For Good Eats and Drinks
• Congress Taken Aback by New FBI Guidelines
• Interview with Professor of Clinton Course, Margaret Scranton
• State Department Issues Alert to Embassy Personnel in India
• Pennsylvania Town is Victim of Slow Burn
• Which Teams Have the Best Chance in the World Cup?
• United States Urges Americans to Leave India
• Expert Discusses Rescue Chopper Crash
• California Department Store Clerk Hailed as Hero
• Watching What You Type
• Recovery Teams Try to Bring Down Three Bodies From Mt. Hood
• State Department Urges Americans to Leave India
• K-Mart Store Clerk Saves Girl's Life
• Interview With Keith Hammonds of 'Fast Company' Magazine
• Profile of Britain's First Female Commando
• World's Most Popular Sporting Event Gets Under Way in Seoul


May 30, 2002


May 29, 2002


May 28, 2002


May 27, 2002
• Family Life Returning to Normal for Sarah Wooster of London
• How Do You Enjoy Summer Glow Without Incurring the Ravages?
• Annual Memorial Day Parade in Manhasset, New York
• Fighter Jets From USS John C. Stennis Returning
• Divers Recover Wreckage From Bridge Collapse
• President Bush Spends Memorial Day in France
• Three Names Added to Vietnam Memorial in Washington
• Pope's Frail Health Draws Attention
• Treasury Secretary, Bono Continue African Tour
• Interview With William Heenan
• Divers Pull Remaining Victims From Arkansas River Disaster
• President Bush Spends Memorial Day at D-Day Invasion Site
• Texas Community Honors Fallen Soldier in War on Terror
• Americans Pay Tribute to Veterans of Vietnam War
• State of National Parks in Question
• Tips on Summer Grilling
• Investigation Continues into why Barge Hit Bridge
• At Least Two People Killed Outside Tel Aviv
• Bush Honors Nation's War Dead
• Homecoming at Lemoore Naval Air Station
• Bush May Meet Pope
• Texas Town Honors First American Soldier to Die in Enduring Freedom
• First American Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Honored
• Security Changes Underway at Nation's Airports
• National Parks Strain Under Load of Many Vacationers
• Three Names Added to Vietnam Memorial
• America's Fallen Soldiers on Minds of U.S. Forces
• Soldiers Return From War in Afghanistan
• Movie Season on Track to Break Record
• Review Potentials of the Summer
• President Bush to Conclude European Tour in Italy
• Dave Mill Used Wits, Technology to Call for Help
• Recovery Efforts Continue Near Bridge Collapse
• Memorial Day Much More than a Picnic
• Three New Names Set for Vietnam Memorial Wall
• U.S. Troops in Afghanistan Celebrate Memorial Day
• Memorial Day More than Just a Holiday
• USS Stennis Squadrons Return Home Today
• Recovery Continues Today in Bridge Collapse
• Summer Travel Safety and Security Changes
• Americans Honor Veterans on Memorial Day


May 24, 2002
• Investigation Continues in Chandra Levy Death
• If Your Child Disappeared, Would You be Able to Give Police an Accurate Description?
• FBI Issues Terror Alert for Underwater Attacks
• In Moscow, President Bush and Russian President Putin Sign Landmark Treaty
• Startling Admission From Pentagon regarding Weapons Testing During Cold War
• Police in Levy Investigation Turning Attention to Man Serving Time for Assaulting Women in Park
• Skakel's Defense Continues Its Case Today
• Joint Hearings Begin Next Month into Intelligence Issues Prior to Terrorist Attacks
• In Monrovia, California, Mountain Lion Trapped in Somebody's Backyard
• News From Across the Pond
• Witnesses Contradict Each Other in Skakel Trial
• Interview with Crash Test Expert Dr. Bella Dinh-Zarr
• Dr. Beach Names St. Joseph Peninsula State Park Top Beach
• Interview With Nilou Motamed of 'Travel & Leisure'
• Interview With Actress Diane Lane
• Bono, O'Neill Continue on Trip Across Africa
• Bush and Putin Hail New Strategic Partnership
• FBI Director Orders Probe Into Zacarias Moussaoui Case
• New Figure Emerges in Chandra Levy Case
• Americans Travel With Caution on Memorial Day Weekend
• D.C. Police Are Combing Rock Creek Park
• Interview with South Asia Expert Philip Oldenburg
• Bush, Putin Sign Arms Treaty
• FBI Field Agent Letter Sparks Justice Department Investigation
• Lebanese Brothers on Trial in N.C. for Aiding Hezbollah
• Interview With Mike Brooks
• Tensions Rising Between India and Pakistan
• Police Continuing Investigation in Chandra Levy Mystery
• Former Classmates Testify in Skakel Trial
• Protect Your Skin from the Sun
• Profile of Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs
• Man Builds Rollercoaster in Backyard
• Interview with Critic James Inverne on Madonna's New Play
• U.S., Russia Agree to Reduce Nuclear Stockpile
• Congress Will Look Into Intelligence Failures Before 9-11
• Interview With Elaine Shannon of 'TIME' Magazine
• Levy Family Remains in Seclusion


May 23, 2002
• For Some, Chandra Levy Was a Cherished Friend
• Westwood Studios Displays 'Earth and Beyond' at Vegas Computer Games Show
• Former Kennedy Family Babysitter on Stand Today in Skakel Murder Trial
• More Firefighters Joining Battle Against Wildfire That Threatens Hundreds of Homes in Colorado
• Electronic Entertainment Expo Under Way This Week in Los Angeles
• Police, Media Gather in D.C. Over Levy Body
• Al Qaeda Leader Confirms White House 9/11 Target
• Police Try to Uncover Mystery Surrounding Chandra Levy's Death
• Bush Visits Moscow
• Bush Administration Wants to Develop Nuclear Bunker Buster
• Kennedy Babysitter Expected to Testify in Skakel Trial
• U.S. Officials Say United Flight 93 Was Intended to Crash Into White House
• Baby-sitter Testifies in Skakel Trial
• New Information Comes Out About Alleged Shoe Bomber Reid
• Scientists Study Hormone Affecting Weight Loss
• Interview With Teresa Vieira of Red Cross
• Interview with John Garcia, James Moore
• 'Rosie the Riveter' Sells for $5 Mil
• Retailers Check Out New Holiday Season Videogames at E-3 Expo
• Washington Police Vow to See Chandra Levy Matter Through to End; Interview with Scott Fear, Ted Williams
• Leader of Milwaukee's archdiocese, Latest Catholic Clergyman to Come Under Fire for Alleged Sexual Misconduct
• Bush, Putin to Sign Major Agreements
• Bush Wants Nuclear-Tipped Bunker Buster
• U.S. Army Puts Out Video Game in Hopes of Attracting Recruits
• People of Rishon Letzion Questioning Safety
• Ice Cream a Favorite Among Residents of Kabul
• Can Forensics Help Determine Cause, Time of Chandra Levy's Death?
• Milwaukee Archbishop Asks Church to Accept His Resignation
• U.S. Officials Say United Flight 93 Intended to Hit White House on 9-11
• Russia, U.S. Scheduled to Sign Nuclear Arms Reduction Treaty
• E3 Expo Under Way in L.A.
• Interview With Marc Klaas
• Al Qaeda Detainee Confirms 9/11 Plane Headed for White House
• Palestinian Authority Condemns Latest Suicide Bombing


May 22, 2002


May 21, 2002


May 20, 2002
• Apartment Buildings, Water Supplies at Risk to Terrorism
• Prosecutors Reach Key Point in Skakel Trial
• How Much Did President Know and When Did He Know It?
• Bush Wants Key Reforms in Cuba
• Few Details Emerging Regarding Death of Soldier
• Vice President Warns of Terror Threats
• Suicide Bombings Rock Israel Yet Again
• Government Reviews Bin Laden Tape
• Many in Washington Say Some Sort of Terror Attack Will Hit U.S. in Not Too Distant Future
• Interview with Bill Daly, Control Risks Group
• President Bush Talking Cuba Again Today
• Skakel Murder Trial Continues
• Suicide Bombings in United States Inevitable?
• Falling Just Short of Mount Everest
• Prosecution Continues Case Against Michael Skakel
• Bush Speech Receives Mixed Reviews Among Dissidents in Cuba
• Special Forces Soldier Killed on Patrol in Eastern Afghanistan
• Study: White Wine Helps Lungs
• Six Students Die at School District in State of Pennsylvania
• Buzz About Once-a-Day Pill That Researchers Say Eases Symptoms For Terminally Ill Lung Cancer Patients
• Transcript Contains Damaging Testimony Against Skakel
• Judge to Rule on Blake Bodyguard's Lawyer
• Interview with Erik Lindbergh, Pilot
• President Bush Rules Out Changes to Cuba Trade Sanctions
• Interview With Jim Solomons
• Robert Blake Case: Judge Decides on Bodyguard's Defense
• Body of Special Forces Soldier Heads Back to United States
• Defense Rests in 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing Case
• Interview with Dennis Hays, Jeff Flake


May 17, 2002


May 16, 2002


May 15, 2002


May 14, 2002
• Former Priest Shot and Wounded Outside Baltimore Home
• Worlds of Sports and Entertainment Converge in Monaco For Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award
• Skakel Prosecutors Will Not Call Brother
• Carter Tours Cuba with Castro
• Interview with Phylicia Rashad, Actress
• Discussion With Advertising Legend Mary Wells Lawrence
• Search for al Qaeda and Taliban Continues in Afghanistan
• Israeli Prime Minister Sharon Faces Critics
• Prosecution Decides Not to Call Tommy Skakel to Stand
• Hunt for International Terrorists Proceeds
• Israeli Prime Minister Gets Jeers From Party Before Knesset
• In Baltimore, Priest in Hospital Today With Gunshot Wounds
• Sexually Abusive Priest Shot in Baltimore
• Reporter Discusses Lion Attack
• 'Star Wars,' 'Spider-Man' Club Officials Discuss New Movies
• In Tampa, Florida, Busch Gardens Suspends Private Tours After Lion Bit Off Arm of Zookeeper
• Alabama Church Bombing Trial Begins; Interview with Mickey Johnson
• Sanctioned Iraqis Defend Country
• Chicago Judge Refuses to Throw Out Terrorism Perjury Case
• Carter to Deliver Short, Important Speech This Evening
• FEMA Official Discusses Midwest Flooding
• Former President Carter to Speak on Cuban TV, Radio
• Cancer Deaths Drop
• Nine-Year-Old Allegation Comes Back to Haunt
• Should Shanley's Records be Made Public?
• Judge Refuses to Throw out Perjury Charges Against Islamic Charity
• U.N. Security Council Approves Sanction Overhaul Against Iraq
• Stories of Storms Survived in Midwest
• Growing Number of Teens at Risk for Type-II Diabetes
• Israeli Soldiers Poised Outside Gaza
• Carter to Address Cuban People
• Cuba Excels in Health Care, Education
• Interview with Daniel Sieberg


May 13, 2002
• Carter in Cuba
• Interview With PLO Leader Yasser Arafat
• Interview With Corporate Trainer Steadman Graham
• Zookeeper in Serious Condition in Tampa After Lion Bites Off Part of Arm
• Time of Season to Tune in For TV Nostalgia
• Severe Storms Pounding Midwest For Over a Week
• Boston Cardinal Bernard Law Faces Third Day of Deposition
• Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter in Cuba Today
• Arafat Hits the Road, and Sharon Plows Into Potential Roadblock
• Discussion of Michael Skakel Case
• New and Improved Medication Hits Market This Week
• Carson All-Time King of Late Night
• Arafat, Sharon Suffer Separate Setbacks
• Kennedy Cousin Skakel's Murder Trial Continues
• Bush, Putin Agree on Nuclear Arms Reduction Treaty
• Cardinal Law Undergoes Third Questioning Session
• Third Suspect in 1963 Alabama Church Bombing to Be Tried
• Tutor May Have Suggested Skakel Family Vacation After Moxley Murder
• Busch Gardens Director Discusses Lion Attack
• Bush Will Sign Arms Reduction Treaty
• Yasser Arafat Discusses Plans for Peace
• Opening Statements Expected in 1963 Church Bombing Trial
• Carter in Cuba, Following Bush Accusations
• Interview With Carl Sferrazza Anthony
• Deposition of Cardinal Law Continues in Boston
• Interview With Raghida Dergham
• State Officials Under Fire For Losing Girl
• Carter Tours Biotechnology Lab
• Bush to Sign Treaty in Moscow Next Week
• Arafat Heads for Various Parts of the West Bank
• Interview with Ben Ermini
• Investigation Underway Into Lion Attack
• Law Deposed Third Day
• U.S. Special Forces Clash with Suspected Taliban
• Military May Introduce Food Patch
• Interview with Alex Pappademas
• Advertizers Get a Preview of TV Line-up


May 10, 2002


May 09, 2002


May 08, 2002
• Skakel Murder Trial Continues
• Boston's Cardinal Bernard Law Goes Under Oath in Church Sex Abuse Scandal
• Gurnsey's President Discusses Jerry Garcia Auction
• Plastic Surgery Offers Personal Options
• Authorities Apprehend Pipe Bomb Suspect; Excerpts From Writing
• Tel Aviv Bombing Rocks Peace Process
• Fmr. State Department Spokesman Rubin Discusses Middle East
• Retired FBI Officer Discusses Pipe Bombings
• Taste Test of New Vanilla Coke Formula
• Arafat Condemns Bombing, Braces for Reprisal
• Bomber Sent Incriminating Letter to 'Badger Herald'
• Cardinal Law Giving Deposition
• Interview of Barry Jessurun, Vanilla Bean Cafe
• Pipe Bomb Suspect Makes First Appearance in Federal Court
• Panel Investigates Disappearance of Florida 5-Year-Old
• Cardinal Law Deposition Gets Under Way
• New Graduation Requirement Prepares Students for Future
• Helder's Father Tipped Off Local Police
• Negotiators Rethink Bethlehem Solution
• Police Can Train for High Speed Pursuit in Michigan
• Interview with Dr. Julius Few, Plastic Surgeon
• Attorney Discusses Lawsuits Against Boston Church
• Following Bombing, Prime Minister Returns to Israel
• Conflict in the Middle East: Negotiations Continue at Church of Nativity
• Cardinal Law Gives Deposition in Sex Abuse Scandal
• Interview With Devin Burghart
• Yasser Arafat Urges Palestinians to Stop Suicide Attacks
• Pipe Bomb Suspect Allegedly Confesses
• New Revelations in Mailbox Pipe Bomb Case
• Police Face Car Chases a Lot of the Time


May 07, 2002


May 06, 2002


May 03, 2002
• Expert Discusses Biker Gangs
• Moviegoers Around Country Caught Up in Web of Excitement
• Former Priest Shanley to Be Arraigned on Rape Charges
• Apolo Anton Ohno Discusses Being One of 'People''s 50 Most Beautiful People
• Officials to Give Update Into American 587 Crash
• Joe Gibbs Only Person to Win Super Bowl and Winston Cup
• Shanley To Go Before Extradition Hearing
• Palestinians, Israelis Battle for Moral High Ground
• Friction Between Rumsfeld and the U.S. Army?
• Officials Releasing New Details on Flight 587
• null
• Not Much Known About Crash of American Flight 587
• "Star Wars" Convention Offers Numerous Products for Fans
• Secretary of State, Russian Foreign Minister Meet, Discuss Nuclear Policy
• Pressure Mounts on Freed Arafat to Make Peace
• Shanley Could Return to Massachusetts in 10 Days or Less
• Orthodox Good Friday Sees Empty Bethlehem; Many Wait for Peace
• U.S., British Continue Search for al Qaeda
• Georgia High School Students Prepare for First Integrated Prom
• New Star Wars Movie to Debut in Two Weeks
• Priest Awaits Extradition to Boston
• White House Anticipating Meeting With Ariel Sharon
• War on Terror Heats Up
• New Battle Emerges Over Defense Spending
• Interview With Owen Gleiberman
• Cameras on D.C. Streets Still Source of Controversy
• New Report Shows Putting Children to Sleep in Adult Beds Could Be Dangerous
• Interview With Robert Franek of 'Princeton Review'


May 02, 2002


May 01, 2002


April 30, 2002


April 29, 2002
• Talk With La Plata, Maryland Tornado Survivor Joe Aqua
• Look at Ultimate Cell Phone
• To Mark Anniversary of L.A. Riots, Bush Visiting L.A.
• South Central Remains Economically Disadvantaged After Riots
• La Plata, Maryland Hit Hard by Tornado
• There Could be Progress in Standoff at Church of Nativity in Bethlehem
• Interview with Matt Roush, "TV Guide"
• Police in San Diego Searching for Missing Toddler
• Year Since Washington Intern Chandra Levy Vanished
• Maryland Community Reeling After Tornado
• Interview of Bernard Kinsey, Former Head of Rebuild LA Program
• Tire Safety Week Stresses Motorist Care
• Darryl Strawberry Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison
• Israelis Enter Hebron as Talks Make Progress on Arafat Detainment
• Conflict in the Middle East: Palestinian Leader Close to Freedom
• Interviews With Diana Buttu, Alan Baker
• White House Calls New Mideast Agreement Hopeful
• Maryland Emergency Crews Clean Up Mess Following Tornado
• Where is L.A. Today 10 Years After Riots?
• Germans Mourn Loss From School Shooting
• Music Industry Battling Internet Piracy
• Tornado in Maryland Kills Three
• Conflict in the Middle East: Israel Moves Into Hebron
• White House Keeping Eye on Middle East Crisis
• Iraqi People Show Public Support for Saddam Hussein
• Top Chicago Cop Could Spend Time Behind Bars
• Los Angeles Remembers Anniversary of Riots
• Motorists Under Pressure to Take Care of Vehicles
• Interview With Bill Zehme
• Violence Continues Despite Talks
• Late Tornadoes Cause Six Deaths Across Country
• U.S., Russia Want Less Warheads
• Iraqi Leaders Say Iraq Is Ready to Defend Itself


April 26, 2002
• Report of Possible Reassignment of Boston Archbishop Bernard Law
• Prosecutors in New Jersey Appear to Have Scored Some Points Against Former NBA Star
• 09-11 Has Created Some New Problems For Local Police Departments
• Is Pope John Paul II Jeopardizing His Legacy?
• Pakistan to Allow U.S. Hunt for Al Qaeda
• Interview with Ian Burke, Friend of TLC Member Lisa Lopes
• Fans Mourning Loss of Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes
• Developments From Meeting Between Bush and Saudi Crown Prince
• Palestinian Protest in Ramallah Turns Violent
• Interview with David McCullough, Jim Rees, Director of Mount Vernon
• Gallup Poll: Respect Decreasing for Catholic Church
• Ocean Race Around World Begins
• Brooklyn Public School Makes Final Robot Competition
• Interview of John Guth, Jeff Tweiten
• 'The Bachelor' Winners Speak
• 17 Killed in School Shooting in Germany
• American Cardinals Gather for Annual Dinner
• Israelis Fire Stun Grenades, Tear Gas at Marching Palestinians
• Bush Weighs Conflicting Pressures on Middle East
• Rumsfeld Warns of Possible Taliban, al Qaeda Offensive in Afghanistan
• Ex-Student Kills 17 in School in Germany
• 'Boston Herald' Reports Cardinal Law Will Be Moved to Vatican
• Interview With R&B Radio Host Frank Ski
• Bush Says He Forged Personal Bond With Crown Prince Abdullah
• School Shooting Leaves 17 Dead in Germany
• Future of Boston Cardinal Up In Air
• President Bush Encouraged About Economy
• Interview With Sonia Murray
• Ship Crews Finish Transatlantic Race
• New Trouble for Former NBA Star
• Cardinals Discuss Zero Tolerance Policy


April 25, 2002
• Blake Attorney Says Stuntmen Just Seeking Spotlight
• South African Space Tourist Rode Soyuz Rocket Into Orbit Early This Morning
• Fertility Options Available for Older Couples
• Which Comes First, the Briefcase or the Bottle?
• South African Heads to Space Station
• Discussion About Novel Written by Slave Woman
• Reinforcements On Way to Sweeping Wildfire in Colorado
• Severe Storms Rake Much of Midwest
• Nine Palestinians Walk Away From Church of the Nativity
• Some Call Church's Response to Sex Scandal Little More Than Damage Control
• Bush and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah to Come Together on Bush Ranch
• Colorado Firefighters Battling to Protect Homes from Wildfire
• Interview with Lorenzo Benet on Robert Blake Murder Case
• Reaction to Blueprint for Catholic Church Reform
• Saudi Crown Prince Meets with President Bush Today
• Nine Palestinian Children Leave Bethlehem Church
• President Bush Meets With Saudi Crown Prince
• Israeli, Palestinian Leaders Host Greek, Turkish Foreign Ministers
• U.N. Delays Fact-Finding Mission to Jenin
• House to Approve Split of INS
• U.S. Cardinals Conclude Meeting at Vatican
• British Citizens to Sing Praises of Queen During Golden Jubilee
• Saudi Crown Price Meets Bush in Texas
• Suspects in Murder of Israeli Official Tried, Convicted
• Report on Operation Anaconda Finished
• Al Qaeda Leader: Malls, Supermarkets; Banks All Potential Targets
• U.S. Government Racing to Screen All Checked Baggage
• Colorado Firefighters Struggling to Keep Up with a Wild Fire
• Explosion in Manhattan
• Interview With Ben Venzke
• Interview with Rob Sobhani
• Middle East Bombings Affect Both Sides of Conflict
• Dr. Atkins Suffers Cardiac Arrest
• Do School Books Weigh Too Much?
• Second Space Tourist Takes Off


April 24, 2002


April 23, 2002


April 22, 2002


April 19, 2002
• Actor Robert Blake Charged With Murdering His Wife
• Interview with Catherine Crier, Court TV Anchor
• Robert Blake Faced With Murder Charge That Could Carry Death Penalty
• USS Bataan Marine Helicopter Squadron Flying Into New River Air Station
• Return to Service for USS Cole
• Interview of Suzanne Walther, Louis Cooper
• Something Called Marriage Movement Now Getting Some Federal Attention
• In California, Homeowner Having Invasion of Feathered Kind
• DA Requests that Blake Be Held Without Bail
• Investigators Search for Clues in Amtrak Derailment in Florida
• USS Cole Is Back on Open Seas
• Actor Robert Blake Charged With Wife's Murder
• Four People Killed in Amtrak Train Crash
• Conflict in the Middle East: Israeli Military Operations Continue
• Residents of Milan Say They Feel Less Secure
• Grammy Winner's Rough Life Leads to Music, Movie
• USS Cole Sets Sail Again
• Jenin Survivors Return to Devastated Camp
• Israel Claims Arrest of Militant Leader
• Relief in Site for Palestinians in Church of Nativity
• Amtrak Derailment Leaves Four Dead
• White House Reevaluates Middle East Policy
• Actor Robert Blake Charged With Killing Wife
• Investigators Looking Into Cause of Plane Crash in Milan
• Shuttle Atlantis Prepares Return Home
• Track Misalignment May Have Played Part in Amtrak Train Derailment
• Blake Expected to Be Arraigned Monday
• White House Reassesses Policy in Middle East
• Interview With William Portanova
• President Bush Briefs Reporters
• Interview With Defense Attorney William Portanova


April 18, 2002


April 17, 2002


April 16, 2002


April 15, 2002


April 12, 2002


April 11, 2002
• Interview with Lorin Anderson, "Golf" Magazine
• Netanyahu Calls on U.S. to Apply Principles It's Using in War on Terrorism to Conflict in Mideast
• New York Nightspot Really Pushing 21st Century Thing
• Debate Over Alaska Oil Starts Today
• Powell Headed to Mideast to Try to End Bloodshed
• No Diplomatic Progress in Standoff at Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity
• Incursions Overnight Into Two Small Towns on West Bank
• Bush Administration's Point Man Due to Arrive in Israel Later Today
• People Losing Faith in Leader of Catholic Archdiocese of Boston
• Congress Holding Hearings on Tax Fraud
• Israel Withdraws From Two Dozen West Bank Villages, But Invades Two New Ones
• It's Secretary of State Powell's trip, But President Bush's Policy On Line
• Palestinian Holdouts Give Up At Jenin Refugee Camp Today
• Spiritual Leader of Boston's Catholic Community Facing Mounting Pressure to Resign
• Atlantis Astronauts Beginning a Challenging Construction Job
• Israel Gains Control of Jenin Refugee Camp
• International Aid to Afghanistan Not Reaching Remote Areas
• King of Jordan Winning Praise From World Leaders
• Secretary of State to Arrive in Jerusalem Tomorrow
• White House Lowering Expectations for Powell's Mideast Mission
• Numerous Obstacles Confront Powell's Peace Mission
• Israel Continues Military Operations Despite U.S. Requests
• Speculation Grows Regarding Boston Cardinal's Resignation
• Showdown Over Energy Nearing in Congress
• Interview With King Abdullah
• Interview With Chemi Shalev
• Sharon Says Operations Will Continue
• Interview With Archbishop of Canterbury's Mideast Envoy
• Cardinal Law Faces Pressure to Resign
• White House Lowers Expectations for Powell Visit
• U.S. Servicemen Injured in Helicopter Crash in Afghanistan
• Senate Set to Begin Debate on Drilling for Oil in ANWR


April 10, 2002


April 09, 2002


April 08, 2002


April 05, 2002


April 04, 2002


April 03, 2002


April 02, 2002


April 01, 2002


March 29, 2002


March 28, 2002


March 27, 2002


March 26, 2002


March 25, 2002
• History Made at 74th Annual Oscar Awards
• Strong Winds Push Several Fires Across More Than 12,000 Acres in New Mexico
• Rumsfeld Set to Detail Plans for U.S. Military to Begin Training an Afghan National Army
• For First Time, Both Best Actor and Actress Awards Go to People of Color
• Worst Appears to Be Over for Fire-Ravaged Upscale Community in New Mexico
• Navy Pilot Michael Scott Speicher's Status Changed to 'Missing in Action' Last Year
• Bush Administration Now Deeply Involved in Events in Middle East
• Gasoline Prices Have Skyrocketed in Recent Weeks
• Some Residents Returning to Mountain Homes in New Mexico Find Those Homes Torched
• Girls Officially Allowed Back Into Classroom in Afghanistan
• Polish Immigrant Has Left Life Savings to City of New York
• Former Taliban Government Destroyed Massive Statues Sacred to Buddhist Faith
• U.S. Urges Israel to Allow Palestinian Leader to Attend Arab Summit
• Interview with Steven Cojocaru, 'People'
• Denzel Washington, Halle Berry Among Big Oscar Winners
• Tight Security for Oscar
• DVDs Hide Easter Eggs
• Interview With Doug Laird
• U.N., Iraq to Schedule New Round of Talks
• Israeli Prime Minister to Decide on Arafat Tomorrow
• Academy Awards Makes History
• Binge Drinking on College Campuses Remains High
• Support High for Palestinians in Beirut
• Some New Mexico Residents go Home in Despair
• Interview with Elayne Fluker
• White House Releases Recommendations on Alternative Meds
• Taliban Destroyed More than Statues


March 22, 2002


March 21, 2002


March 20, 2002


March 19, 2002


March 18, 2002


March 15, 2002


March 14, 2002
• Scottish Appeals Court Upholds Conviction of Former Libyan Intelligence Agent in Bombing of Pan Am Flight 103
• Jurors to Decide Death for Andrea Yates
• Yates Sentencing Trial Begins Shortly
• Allied Troops Scour Mountains After Operation Anaconda
• Paging Dr. Gupta: How Do You Get Fab Abs?
• Scott Hamilton Helping Children Who Are Suffering Illnesses as Spokesman for Target House
• Activists Debate Gay Parenting
• Interview of Cynthia Alksne, Contributor
• Paging Dr. Gupta: Getting Fab Abs Like Janet
• Canadians Help Check Afghan Caves
• More Palestinians, Israelis Dead As Zinni Arrives
• Indictment Expected Today For Lead Suspect in Kidnapping of Daniel Pearl
• President Bush Stunned Over Visa Approvals Delivered for Two of Hijackers From 9-11
• Indictment Against Arthur Andersen Could Come This Afternoon
• U.S. Envoy Zinni Returns on Third Mission Aimed at Brokering Peace Deal
• Commander of Operation Anaconda Says U.S. Forces Won't Let Up
• Sentencing Phase Begins in Andrea Yates Case
• Grand Jury Indicts Omar Saeed Sheikh in Pearl's Kidnapping
• Arthur Andersen Rejects Plea Bargain
• Judiciary Committee Expected to Vote on Pickering's Nomination
• Suspect in Daniel Pearl Case Could Face Indictments
• Judiciary Committee Expected to Reject Pickering
• Prosecution Rests in Penalty Phase of Andrea Yates' Trial
• United States Envoy Arrives in Middle East
• Operation Anaconda Enters Transitional Phase
• Interview with Michael Wildes, Jerry Sullivan
• Zinni Arrives in Tel Aviv
• Tourist Flights to Space
• U.S. Envoy in Tel Aviv to Meet With Israeli Prime Minister
• Tourist Flights in Russian Space Program Take Off


March 13, 2002
• U.S. and Afghan Troops Declare Operation Anaconda a Success
• 13 More Bodies Recovered From Ground Zero
• Some 20,000 Israeli Troops Have Marched into West Bank and Gaza
• Insurance Institute CEO Discusses Minivan Crash Data
• Legal Perspective on Sentencing Phase of Andrea Yates Case
• Israel Launches Biggest Offensive in Decades
• U.S. Mops Up in Shah-e-kot, Pentagon Admits Women, Children Killed
• Possibility of U.S. Action Against Iraq Just One of Topics Between Cheney and Egyptian President
• Allies Take Key Afghan Valley
• Yates Verdict Surprisingly Swift
• Study: Dangerous Chemicals, Drugs in Water
• Jury Must Now Decide Whether Andrea Yates Should Get Life in Prison or Death Penalty
• Israeli Armor Enters Center of Ramallah
• Jury Hears More Cross-Examination in Case Where Dog Mauled Neighbor to Death
• Operation Anaconda Won, But How Many Taliban and Al Qaeda Fighters Got Away?
• From Capitol Hill, Bid to Force Automakers to Boost by 50 Percent Fuel Efficiency of Cars and SUVs
• Sanchez is First Hispanic Governor Candidate in Texas History
• Reactions After Finding 13 More Bodies at Ground Zero
• Interview of David Champion, "Consumer Reports"
• Special Agent in Charge Discusses Missing Oregon Girls
• Firefighters' Remains Mourned at Ground Zero
• Attorney General Orders Investigation of INS
• Violence Rages On in West Bank
• Vice President Visits Middle East
• Interview With Steve McCurry
• Penalty Phase of Yates Trial to Start Tomorrow
• Nuclear Weapons Issue Tops Agenda in U.S.-Russia Talks
• Senate Rejects Attempt to Require Higher Fuel Efficiency in Cars
• Georgia Woman Accused of Being Married to Six Men at Once
• Look at U.S. Soldiers in Operation Anaconda
• Loch Ness Monster Keeping the Legend Alive


March 12, 2002


March 11, 2002