Slate on Day to Day for the week of June 28.

Slate on Day to Day for the week of June 28.

Slate on Day to Day for the week of June 28.

Slate stories on NPR's Day to Day.
July 2 2004 5:21 PM

Spidey Sense

Friday, July 2, 2004

Summary Judgment: The Clearing, Spider-Man 2, Before Sunset
Ben Williams presents a roundup of movie reviews of this weekend's major new film releases. Up this week: The Clearing, Spider-Man 2, and Before Sunset. Listen to the segment.

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Thursday, July 1, 2004

War Stories: New Battlefield Rules?
This week, the Supreme Court ruled that enemy combatants have the right to be heard in American courts. Phillip Carter talks with NPR's Alex Chadwick about the practical effects of that decision for soldiers who are capturing fighters in Afghanistan and Iraq. Listen to the segment.

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Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Ad Report Card: Ball Park Franks, Frankly
Ball Park Franks have a new television ad campaign—one that Seth Stevenson finds downright indecent. Listen to the segment.

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Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Jurisprudence: High Court Blocks Web Porn Law
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court blocked enforcement of the Child Online Protection Act, intended to shield children from online pornography. NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Dahlia Lithwick about the case and other Supreme Court decisions this week. Listen to the segment.

Webhead: Virus-Infected Internet Sites
NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Paul Boutin about a new computer virus that attacks users when they simply visit an infected Web site. Listen to the segment.

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Monday, June 28, 2004

Ballot Box: Iraq Handover and the Presidential Race
The transfer of power to Iraq's interim government may impact the U.S. presidential race. William Saletan talks to NPR's Alex Chadwick about the domestic political implications of the Iraq situation. Listen to the segment.

Jurisprudence: Court Rules on Enemy Combatants
NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Dahlia Lithwick and Walter Dellinger, professor of law at Duke University, about Monday's U.S. Supreme Court's decisions on cases concerning the so-called "war on terror" and the legal rights of enemy combatants. Listen to the segment.