The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 24, 2004

Former Anti-Terrorism Chief Richard Clarke testifies to the September 11th Commission that after the Bush White House took office, it didn’t believe confronting Al Qaeda was an urgent issue

Resistance attacks throughout Iraq mark the 100 day countdown to limited Iraqi self rule

Hamas says it will not target the U.S. in the wake of the Assassination of its spriritual leader Sheik Yassin, but Hamas leaders warn that Israeli leaders – including Prime Minister Sharon – will be targeted

A new report says there’s not enough child care available for all California families who need it – and the lack is hampering the State’s economic growth

Environmental groups denounce new logging rules by the Bush Administration, which they say will harm vulnerable species and habitats

An activist teacher in the West Contra Costa School District is fired, a day before he’s set to receive an award

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