The first criminal case is brought against an Enron official. Jeff Birnbaum of Fortune Magazine has the details. The prospect of a war with Iraq continues to be debated. Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times reports. Barb Bradley of NPR has the story of how the Justice department is managing civil liberties and civil rights while virtually shutting out the other branches of government. And finally, two incumbent members of Congress from Georgia lost primaries this week. That story plus a status report on the upcoming House elections from Gloria Borger of U.S. News & World Report and CBS News. [26 minutes]
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