Morning Edition for December 27, 2002 Hear the Morning Edition program for December 27, 2002
Retailers, Ranchers Fight Food-Label Law
Smallpox Debate Focuses on the Numbers
Canadians Balk at War with Iraq
Morning Edition Returns: Give and Take
Powerball Winner to Help Poor, Buy Helicopter
Hand Searches to Add to Airline 'Hassle Factor'
Foreign Oil Dependency Series: Fuel Cells
Alaska's Stevens to Take Over Senate Appropriations Panel
FAA Increases Safety Vigilance for United, U.S. Airways
U.S. Targets Terrorism in Horn of Africa
Kenyans Vote as Moi Era Ends
Morning Edition Returns: Hooters Taking Wing?
Does a Low-Calorie Diet Equal a Longer Life?
Commentary: Gay Adoptions
Georgia Criticized on Legal Defense for the Poor
B.B. King's Endless Blues Highways
Group Claims First Human Clone
Researchers Skeptical of Human Clone Claim
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