Betty Ann Bowser reports on life in New York since the September 11th attacks. Continue reading →
Spencer Michels reports on the experiences of Americans of Afghan descent. Continue reading →
Robert MacNeil talks with two journalists who have been keeping a close watch on the city. Continue reading →
After decades of civil war and years of drought, Afghanistan is facing a humanitarian crisis of "stunning proportions" according to the United Nations. Continue reading →
Gwen Ifill and four civil rights and terrorist experts weigh the problems and merits of the racial profiling system to improve national security, and discuss the potential costs to Arab-Americans and U.S. civil rights. Continue reading →
Two weeks after the attacks, essayist Roger Rosenblatt offers his thoughts. Continue reading →
Betty Ann Bowser tells the story of Long Island’s Manhasset community, which suffered great losses from the September 11th attacks. Continue reading →
Robert Pinsky responds to the tragedy through poetry. Continue reading →
NewsHour essayists Anne Taylor Fleming, Richard Rodriguez, Roger Rosenblatt, Clarence Page and Jim Fisher share their thoughts on the week’s events. Continue reading →
Three experts discuss the aftermath of the United Nations racism conference. Continue reading →
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