Morning Edition for May 17, 2006 Hear the Morning Edition program for May 17, 2006
Coalition Forces Watch Over Iraq's Oil Platforms
Current Guest-Worker Program Requires Patience
Border Patrol Struggles to Find Enough New Agents
Schools Find Chinese Teachers in Short Supply
ABC Says Government Is Tracking Reporters' Calls
Hayden Nomination Turns on More Than Qualifications
Foreign Companies Face Cultural Adjustment in U.S.
Booming Honda Expands in Japan and North America
Tips for Taming the 'Ugly American'
Alabama Senator Emphasizes Border Security
Group Lobbies for an Immigrant-Friendly Congress
Scientists Look to Moon for Signs of Early Earth Life
Enron Defense Delivers Passionate Rebuttal
Nigeria Rejects Term-Limit Change in Constitution
Soyinka Weighs in on Nigeria's Political History
Iran Bans Women from Attending Men's Soccer Games
A Natural Combination: Dance and Basketball
Sun Fails to Mellow Miami Road Rage
Castro Challenges Claim of Wealth by 'Forbes'
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