The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 10, 2004

President Bush names White House counsel Alberto Gonzalez to succeed Attorney General John Ashcroft. ..despite his role in drafting controversial aspects of the government’s post 9-11 policies, Gonzalez is expected to win easy senate approval. U.S. forces claim they now control 70 percent of Fallujah — while car bombings, kidnappings and fighting rages elsewhere in … Continued


The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 9, 2004

Attorney general John Ashcroft announces his resignation …civil rights and liberties groups say he’s been one of the worst Justice Department leaders in modern times… U.S. troops fight their way into the center of Fallujah …ten U.S.. and two Iraqi soldiers and an unknown number of resistance fighters and civilians are killed in the offensive… … Continued


The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 8, 2004

U.S. Troops launch a massive military offensive against Fallujah.. .the city’s main hospital is one of the first targets to be captured… The Fallujah offensive brings a response in Baghdad where car bombs explode outside two Baghdad churches and a hospital treating the victims… In the wake of remaining questions about last week’s presidential election, … Continued


The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 7, 2004

U.S. forces open a long-promised assault on the insurgent Iraqi stronghold of Fallujah, hours after interim Iraqi president Iyad Allawi declares martial law in most of the country. Palestinian president Yasser Arafat remains critically ill, while both Palestinians and Israelis speculate on who will succeed him. An anti-nuclear protestor is killed in eastern France when … Continued


The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 1, 2004

President Bush and democratic challenger John Kerry spend a last, long day campaigning before the voters have their say in the hard fought presidential campaign… Californians prepare to vote on whether employers must provide health coverage to their workers in the state’s most expensive ballot initiative, pitting unions and consumer-groups against Macy’s, Walmart and McDonalds… … Continued