Morning Edition for August 20, 2004 Hear the Morning Edition program for August 20, 2004
Kerry Focuses on Southern Strategy
Migrant Workers Hard Hit by Charley
French Look to Kerry Win to Improve Ties to U.S.
Kerry Seen Winning German Good Will, Not Troops
'Morning Edition' Returns: Boob Tube World Record
Lottery for Longshore Jobs Draws More Than 300,000
U.S. Gymnast Patterson Wins All-Around Gold
Lactic Acid May Not Cause Muscle Fatigue
United Says It's Likely to End Pension Plans
Antitrust Probe Targets Dairy Co-Op
Sadr Offers to Give Up Control of Najaf Shrine
Muslim View of the Standoff in Najaf
Court Cases Batter Protections for Journalists
After IPO, What's Next for Google?
'Morning Edition' Returns: A Very Lonely Bird
Festival Seeks Restart of Mideast Peace Process
Sarah McLachlan, Demystifying Her Muse
'Mean Creek': Teen Film with a Brain
Letters: From Ancient Greece to Modern China
Iraqi Soccer Team Makes Olympic Quarterfinals
Reports Conflict on Who Controls Najaf Shrine
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