The program on the week's top political events featured panel discussion on the 26-day delay of the May execution of Oklahoma bombing perpetrator Timothy McVeigh after more than 3000 papers of unreported FBI evidence in the matter were uncovered, whether the new information can influence the case, Bush's announcement on rising gas prices and tax cuts, Bush's federal judicial nominations unveiled during the week, the UN Human Rights' Commission vote to withdraw the US from its membership, and whether the US should be concerned with their status of international relations. [26 minutes]
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