The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 18, 2004

Another violent day in Iraq, on the eve of the anniversary of the U.S. attack on the country, with a car bomb attack, three Iraqi journalists shot dead, and three more American soldiers slain

Poland’s President says his country was misled about whether Saddam Hussein’s government had weapons of mass destruction and is considering pulling its troops out of Iraq early

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia defiantly refuses to recuse himself in a case involving his good friend Vice President Dick Cheney.. Scalia and Cheney went on a duck hunting trip together late last year

San Francisco seniors call on the Board of Supervisors to endorse a prescription drugs bill of rights

Environmentalists claim a victory as the State Department of Pesticide Regulation orders a re-evaluation of a widely used pesticide

San Francisco’s City Attorney asks the State Supreme Court to allow the City to resume performing same-sex marriages

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