On Saturday’s Press Conference USA, guest Linda Greenhouse, Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times and author of "Becoming Justice Blackmun," talks about the conservative justice who became the author of the famous Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion in the U.S. She also presents her insights into the most private of America's three branches of government and the nomination of Judge John Roberts to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the high court. Greenhouse participates with VOA National Correspondent Jim Malone and host Carol Castiel.
To listen online or learn more about the program, visit the show’s web page at www.VOANews.com/english/NewsAnalysis/pressconferenceusa.cfm.
On Sunday, the Iraq Constitution is the subject on Encounter. Daniel Serwer, Director of Peace and Stability Operations at the U.S. Institute of Peace, and law professor Clark Lombardi from the University of Washington, discuss the major points of contention behind the delay in producing a draft constitution, prospects for meeting Monday's deadline, and to what extent completion of the constitution will help dampen the deadly insurgency.
To listen online or learn more about the program, visit the show’s web page at www.VOANews.com/english/NewsAnalysis/encounter.cfm