World Leaders Mourn King Hussein of Jordan; Noam Chomsky on the U.S. Policy in Iraq; Sidney Blimenthal Accused of Lying for President
World Leaders Mourn King Hussein of Jordan A look at the funeral of King Hussein of Jordan. President Clinton and former presidents Bush, Carter and Ford attended. GUEST: Walid Kennan, was a student activist in the 1980's at Yarmuk University, involved in a strike where five students were killed over tuition hikes. GUEST: Khalid Mansour, correspondent with Middle East Agency in Washington. Noam Chomsky on the U.S. Policy in Iraq Noam Chomsky gave this speech, :The Crisis in Iraq: Understanding U.S. Motives Behind Sanctions and Confrontation," just a few weeks ago in Boston GUEST: Noam Chomsky, Prof. of Linguistics Sidney Blumenthal Accused of Lying for President His testimony for the Senate impeachment trial may be over, but Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal may not be out of the woods yet. A group of Senators is calling on the Justice Department to investigate Blumenthal's denial under oath that he helped to spread stories about Monica Lewinsky. This comes after GUEST: Christopher Hitchens, contributing editor and columnist for the Nation and Vanity Fair magazines signed an affidavit in which he said that Blumenthal told him and others that Lewinsky was "a stalker" over lunch one day.