Friday's NPR News Agenda

Internet rumors yesterday had Fidel Castro dead, even though Cuban officials deny it. Nobody around here believes the gossip, but at the 9:30 news meeting this morning there were reminders to update the already-in-the-can obituary, just in case.

Other stories expected today:

Iran Earthquake: Fewer than 100 reported dead. If the numbers escalate we'll go into full coverage.

Censure: Democrats are torn over a hearing today to censure President Bush. You'll find half the caucus hiding in the bathroom.

Moussaoui: The jurors in the sentencing trial are expected to knock off early today. Had their fill of crazy for the week.

Sept. 11 Tapes: Tapes from the terrorist attacks released today in New York. We have NPR's Margot Adler going through the 13 CDs worth of material.

Living Wills: One year after Terri Schiavo died, are people really filing more end-of-life directives? Day to Day will have the story.

"Divine Strake": The Pentagon will test a huge mother-freakin' bomb. All Things Considered has the shock and awe.

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