Nation

  • September 16, 2001  

    Examining a day of remembrance and prayer throughout the United States with reports from: Ray Suarez on memorials in New York, Tom Bearden on religious services in Denver, and Jeffrey Kaye on how the attacks affected the Muslim community. Continue reading

  • September 16, 2001  

    Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta discusses airline security, airport reopenings, and Tuesday’s financial ramifications for the airline industry. Continue reading

  • September 15, 2001   BY Admin 

    The following is the text of President Bush’s address to the nation and his warning that, “Those who make war against the United States have chosen their own destruction.” Continue reading

  • September 15, 2001  

    Experts on Afghanistan discuss the politics behind the Islamic group accused of harboring terrorist Osama bin Laden. Continue reading

  • September 15, 2001  

    Kwame Holman reports on Vice President Cheney and President Bush’s descriptions to the press of Tuesday’s events and what’s next for the U.S. Continue reading

  • September 15, 2001  

    Background report on the Taliban, the Islamic group accused of harboring terrorist Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. Continue reading

  • September 14, 2001   BY Admin 

    The following is full text of the joint resolution passed Friday, September 14. The document calls for the use of the United States armed forces against those responsible for Tuesday’s attack. Continue reading

  • September 14, 2001   BY Admin 

    From the National Cathedral in Washington to services at the Pentagon and in New York, the nation paused today to remember and mourn those lost in Tuesday’s deadly terrorist attacks. Continue reading

  • September 14, 2001  

    The deputy secretary of defense discusses the decision to call up 50,000 reservists and the capabilities of terrorist groups to again attack the U.S. Continue reading

  • September 14, 2001  

    Kwame Holman reports on the specific details of this day of remembrance. Continue reading