Democracy Now

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 14, 2004

A car bomb blast on a busy Baghdad street kills at least 13 people, wounds dozens, and draws a crowd of Iraqis who loot and shout anti occupation slogans. . .

Attorney General John Ashcroft announces indictments against a Somali man living in Ohio charging he plotted with Al Qaeda supporters to blow up a shopping mall in Columbus

A new political ad by highlights the connection between the Bush-Cheney White House and lucrative no bid contracts for Cheney’s old company, Halliburton…

The U.S. Supreme Court sidesteps the ‘question of the constitutionality of the phrase “one nation under god” when reciting the pledge of allegiance in public schools.

A new report says Proposition 209 — California’s anti-affirmative action initiative — has reversed years of progress for women seeking jobs in the construction trades . . .

And an assembly committee approves a ban on logging California’s oldest trees.

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