March 22, 2004 In the latest Reporter's Notebook, National Affairs Correspondent Wade Goodwyn says it's doubtful convicted Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols can get a fair trial in state court.
February 24, 2004 A wrong turn in New Orleans put Noah Adams right in the middle of a wonderful kid's Mardi Gras parade.
February 22, 2004 In 1977 the free-wheeling novelist, professor and banjo player John Gardner approached NPR about creating an arts show. A young Bob Malesky was assigned to the project. Now, 27 years later, Malesky looks back at Gardner, who died unexpectedly in a motorcycle accident.
February 5, 2004 Correspondent John Burnett has traveled the world covering news stories for NPR -- usually, reporting on wars, politics or natural disasters. But in this Reporter's Notebook, he describes a more spiritual journey. As part of a joint effort with National Geographic called Radio Expeditions, Burnett traveled to West Africa to explore the roots of a religion seemingly as old as humanity itself.
January 25, 2004 In the latest Reporter's Notebook, NPR's Emily Harris gets an unexpected escort from the Iraqi police on a muddy road near Ba'aj.
January 9, 2004 In the latest Reporter's Notebook, NPR's Emily Harris describes the dangers of traveling along Iraq's main north-south highway
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