Year End Follow-Up Stories

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In the past year Colin Powell made a case for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, Raelians claimed they'd cloned a baby, the nation was stunned by the crash of the Space Shuttle Columbia and French fries were called Freedom fries. Neal Conan and his guests catch up on some of the more interesting news stories of 2003. Join us to discuss your favorites.


Mike Allen
*White House reporter for The Washington Post

Amy Smithson
*Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Jeffrey Rosen
*Legal affairs editor at The New Republic

Shawn Ryan
*Metro desk editor, Birmingham Post-Herald

Joe Palca
*NPR science correspondent

Andrea Seabrook
*NPR congressional reporter



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