Morning Edition for December 4, 2006 Hear the Morning Edition program for December 4, 2006
Iraq Lacks 'Political Road Map,' Mideast Expert Says
Congress Unlikely to Complete Budget Duties
Gates Hearing Expected to Focus on Iraq
I Always Have a Choice
Pfizer Ends Development of Cholesterol Drug
Survey: Economists Agree on Many Policy Issues
'Wired' Says Some Electronics Aren't Built to Last
Japanese Koto Instrument Adds Lasers
Rumsfeld Memo Adds Fuel to Ongoing Iraq Debate
Washington Anticipates Iraq Report's Release
Chile's Pinochet Suffers Heart Attack
Venezuelan Socialist Champion Chavez Reelected
U.S. House May Add New Seats in Utah, D.C.
Florida Awarded Chance to Play for Football Crown
Supreme Court to Weigh Schools' Racial Plans
Indians Learn to Speak in Two Languages at Once
Practicing 'The Queen's Hinglish' in Central England
Bolton Resigns as U.N. Ambassador
Sweden Takes Action to Save the Christmas Goat
Will Smelly Advertising Inspire More Purchases?
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