The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 10, 2003
The U.S. Supreme Court says it will decide whether foreign nationals can use U.S. courts to challenge
their indefinite incarceration at the U.S. military base in Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
Saudi Arabia’s King Faad vows to strike with an iron fist against those behind the bombing that killed
at least 18 people in the capitol this weekend.
A historic meeting at the Pentagon between defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld and his counterpart in the
Vietnamese government, the first such meeting since the Vietname War.
A lawsuit is filed to stop the new California law granting drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants.
The Morant Corporation withdraws its application to more that double the size of its Potrero Power Plant.
After coming under criticism for liberal bias, The Public Broadcasting System announces its hiring a conservative
commentator to host a weekly public affairs show