Tuesday, Sep 23 10 a.m. (ET)

Patriot Act

Attorney General John Ashcroft is speaking out in several states to boost support for the Patriot Act. He’s also pressing for an expanded version of the legislation. Diane and her guests talk about what the administration wants and...

Tuesday, Sep 23 11 a.m. (ET)

Saira Shah: “The Storyteller’s Daughter” (Knopf)

Film maker and reporter Saira Shah is the English born daughter of an exiled Afghan aristocrat. In a new memoir she recounts her struggle to reconcile her family's dazzling stories with the brutal realities of modern Afghanistan.

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