Morning Edition for November 26, 2002 Hear the Morning Edition program for November 26, 2002
Murder Rate Surges in Los Angeles
N. Korean Refugees to the South Find Life Hard
NYC Hikes Property Taxes, Slashes Services
Morning Edition Returns: 'Holiday Tree'
Study: Hospitals Charge Higher Drug Prices
Georgia Schools Allow Alternative Origins Theories
Paul McCartney Gets Back to the Beatles
Money Problems Threaten D.C. Hospital Closure
Hospital Cutbacks Threaten Care for the Poor
Ridge Named Secretary of Homeland Security
Islamists Rise in Pakistan Due to Anti-Americanism
Singer Hadda Brooks Dies at 86
Feds Charge Three in ID Theft Scheme
Lugar Replaces Helms as Foreign Relations Chair
Seattle Couple Makes Popular Anti-War Flag
John Coltrane's Eternal 'A Love Supreme'
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