Morning Edition for May 18, 2004 Hear the Morning Edition program for May 18, 2004
Disability Rights Advocates Win Limited Court Victory
Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Marry in Massachusetts
Panel Calls for Data-Mining Privacy Laws
NAACP Director on the Civil Rights Battles Ahead
'Morning Edition' Returns: Cicada Sickness
Catholic Bishops, Lay Panel Reach Deal on Abuse Policy
Democracy in Afghanistan: The Warlord of Herat
Lucent Agrees to Pay Fine in Fraud Probe
Older Workers Turn to 'Phased' Retirement
At Least 12 Killed in Israeli Raid on Rafah
Ex-Prisoner Discusses Alleged Abuses at Abu Ghraib
First Court-Martial in Iraq Prison Abuse to Start
Commentary: Iraqi Abuses Not Indictment of U.S.
'Morning Edition' Returns: Long-Lived Leader
Review of Cannes Offerings
Bush, Kerry Mark 'Brown' Anniversary in Topeka
Long Beach Residents Fight Gas Terminal Proposal
'Shadowmancer' Touted as 'Hotter than Potter'
Record Gas Prices Put Pressure on Bush
Gandhi Declines Role of Prime Minister
'Odd Couple' Star Tony Randall Dies at 84
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