Monday, January 24, 2000

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  • Granny D Turns 90 While Still Walking for Campaign Finance Reform

    Doris Haddock, an 90 year-old woman known to her great grandchildren as "Granny D," is walking across America from California to Washington, D. C. She left Los Angeles on Jan. 1, 1999, and walks ten miles per day. Her goal is to show Members of Congress that people care about campaign finance reform by walking in spite of her arthritis and emphysema, and by talking to as many people as she can along her way. She hopes that her effort will encourage people to contact their representatives and demand campaign finance reform. [includes rush transcript]

  • Is Saddam Hussein a Creation of the CIA?

    The head of the first team of United Nations nuclear inspectors to visit Iraq in two years said today that Iraq was cooperating with its work. [includes rush transcript]

  • Grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez Could Go Home Without Seeing Him

    The Cuban grandmothers of six-year-old Elian Gonzalez may have to return to Cuba today without seeing their grandson. The two women, who arrived in New York on Friday, met on Saturday with Attorney General Janet Reno and pleaded with her to let them take the child back to Cuba to be with his father. [includes rush transcript]

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