First, Guest Host Jane Arraf Talks To Romesh Ratnesar, World Affairs Editor At Time Magazine, And John Burns, The New York Timesbureau Chief In Baghdad About The Situation In Iraq, And The Investigation Into The Alleged Abuses At Haditha. Two Major Military Investigations Are Currently Looking Into Whether U.S. Marines Deliberately Killed 24 Iraqi Civilians Last November In The Town, And Then Covered It Up. The Allegations Have Raised Fresh Concerns About Both The Conduct Of American Forces And The Pressures They Face As They Fight The War More Than Three Years On. Meanwhile, Earlier Today, The Iraqi Prime Minister Released Almost 600 Detainees In An Effort To Ease Sectarian Tensions. Also Today, Six Iraqi Police Officers Were Killed In Attacks, And Five More Bodies Were Found Slain In Baghdad. Next, Guest Host Bill Blakemore Talks About Higher Education And Low-Income Students. He Is Joined By Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President Of The University Of Maryland At Baltimore County, And Dr. Anthony Marx, President Of Amherst College. Despite Huge Endowments, Top U.S. Colleges Accept A Disproportionately Small Percentage Of Those Who Grow Up Near Or Below The Poverty Line. And At A Time When U.S. Competitiveness Is At Stake, The Number Of Minority Students Who Pursue Doctorates And The Sciences Remains Very Low. The Three Discuss Potential Solutions To This Problem.||Last, Guest Host Bill Carter Sits Down With Doug Ellin, The Creator And Writer Of Hbo`S Series Entourage. The Third Season Begins On Sunday, June 11Th. They Discuss The Success And Charm Of The Hit Series.moreless
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