Cindy Workman talks about toys and gendertyping with Creighton Psychology professor Isabelle Cherney, who was recently named Nebraska Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Omaha, NE – Nebraska's Second District Congressman, Lee Terry, is visiting Omaha this week while Congress is on Thanksgiving break. Terry sat down with Omaha Public Radio's Katie Knapp earlier this week to discuss a possible re-election bid. Terry says an announcement will be made after the first of the year. He's also backing a candidate in the U.S. Senate race to replace retiring Senator Chuck Hagel. Terry also commented on Senator Trent Lott's retirement announcement.
Omaha, NE – Congress is on its Thanksgiving break, but a lot of issues remain on Capitol Hill. There's a farm bill stalled in the Senate, an appropriations bill waiting to be passed, and funding for the Iraq war remains a controversial topic. Second District Congressman Lee Terry says he and his colleagues also need to deal with energy legislation. During a visit to Omaha, Terry talked with Omaha Public Radio's Katie Knapp about the issues and the 2008 election.