Moderator: Gwen Ifill. The coalition has seen both progress and setbacks in the physical and political reconstruction of Iraq this week. Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times has the latest. It's been an eventful week for Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Some see progress toward a new peace plan for the region. Martha Raddatz of ABC News explains the situation. Around the globe and close to home, the respiratory disease known as SARS is sickening some and frightening others. Ceci Connolly of The Washington Post has been following the developments. And, the 2004 presidential candidates, including George W. Bush, have stepped up their public appearances and have their eyes on the election. Richard Berke of The New York Times has that story. [26 minutes]
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Series Description: WASHINGTON WEEK, PBS' longest-running public affairs series, features Washington's top journalists analyzing the week's top news stories and their effect on the lives of all Americans. Gwen Ifill hosts.