Thursday, August 4, 2005

  • Exclusive: New Information May Reveal Key Details on Judith Miller’s Role in the Rove/CIA Scandal


    In a rare interview, veteran investigative journalist Murray Waas reveals new information on the federal investigation into the leaking of the identity of undercover CIA operative Valerie Plame and the role of jailed New York Times reporter Judith Miller. We also speak with Plame’s husband, Ambassador Joe Wilson about the latest developments in the case. [includes rush transcript]

  • Presidential Hopefuls Veto Emergency Contraception Despite FDA Support


    Three governors eyeing the 2008 presidential race are appealing to the Christian Right by vetoing state legislation legalizing over-the-counter sale of the Morning-After pill. We host a debate between NARAL Pro-Choice New York and the Family Research Council. [includes rush transcript]

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