Tonight, President of the Council of Foreign Relations, Leslie Gelb.
Jon begins tonight reporting on the new date now picked for war, March 17th, St. Patricks Day. Jon notes the insanity that as the war begins, Americans will be partying at the same time.
Jon then reports on the continued U.N. vs. U.S. debate over whether the U.N. will authorize war with Iraq in a segment called "Slowdown: Iraq". Regardless, the U.S. will still go to war disregarding the U.N.'s guideline. Incidentally, that's why the U.S. is invading Iraq in the first place.
Finally, Jon looks at Broadway's orchestra strike in a segment called "The Music Ban". Jon talks with Senior Theatre Analyst Stephen Colbert about this story.
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