The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 8, 2004

National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice before the September 11th Commission for 3 hours today.. Rice insists President Bush fully understood the threat of terrorism before September 11th, 2001.. But she says there was no silver bullet that could have prevented the deadliest attacks ever on American soil Four more American soldiers killed in Iraq – … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 7, 2004

Fighting rages in Fallujah for a fourth day between resistance forces and U.S. occupation troops – who drop a 500 pound bomb on a Mosque compound Across Southern Iraq, Simultaneous battles between supporters of Shiite Cleric Al Sadr and U.S. Allied Troops Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says U.S. commanders are considering whether to send more … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 4, 2004

Intense fighting in Iraq leaves scores of people dead.. and in an article to be published this coming week, the former British Ambassador to the U.S. says President Bush began planning to attack Iraq less than two weeks after the September 11th attacks The Federal Election Commission is considering new regulations on Political Action Committees.. … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 1, 2004

A State lawmaker shows the videotape of a beating of two wards of the California Youth Authority at a hearing in Sacramento.. Senator Gloria Romero says she’ll author legislation empowering the State Attorney General to prosecute such cases U.S. occupation authorities vow to punish the deaths and mutilations of four American contractors at the hands … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 30, 2004

Bowing to public pressure, president Bush announces he will allow National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice to testify in public under oath before the commission investigating the September 11th attacks Embattled former San Francisco Police Chief Alex Fagan resigns as head of the Office of Emergency Services after he and his son are involved in a … Continued