Friday, January 9, 1998

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  • Nichols Jury

    In a stunning rebuke earlier this week, the jury forewoman in the Terry Nichols Oklahoma City bombing case sharply criticized the FBI’s handling of the investigation, accusing the agency of arrogance and sloppiness. Niki Deutchman, a nurse, told a news conference Wednesday that she believed the government dropped the ball in looking for other conspirators besides Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh.

  • Rebel in Zapatista Struggle–Bishop Ruiz

    Since the Zapatista rebels marched into San Cristobal, Chiapas, on New Year’s Day in 1994, much of the world’s attention has fallen on masked Zapatista leader Subcommandante Marcos. Off camera, it is the son of two migrant farm workers who worked in the fields of the American southwest that has shaken up the Mexican and American political establishments.

  • Women in Cuba

    The Pope will arrive in Cuba in little over a week. In preparation for his visit host Amy Goodman went to Havavna over the holidays to see how people were preparing for the visit and to get a sense of people’s lives in Cuba.

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