• September 6, 2002  

    Kwame Holman reports on today’s special congressional session in New York City, which paid tribute to the victims of the World Trade Center attack. Continue reading

  • September 6, 2002  

    During the Arab League meeting in Egypt, member nations pledged support for Iraq, but urged the country to allow the return of United Nations weapons inspectors. Two regional experts assess public opinion in the Arab world. Continue reading

  • September 5, 2002  

    Afghan President Hamid Karzai survives an assassination attempt in Kandahar, shortly after a car bomb explosion killed at least 10 people in the capital city of Kabul. Continue reading

  • September 5, 2002  

    Terence Smith speaks with writer Pete Hamill about how Americans have changed since September 11, 2001. Continue reading

  • September 4, 2002  

    Margaret Warner talks with Bishop William DeVeaux of the African Methodist Episcopal Church about how Americans have changed since Sept. 11. Continue reading

  • September 3, 2002  

    Terence Smith and some of his fellow journalists assess how the Sept. 11 attacks have affected the news industry. Continue reading

  • August 30, 2002   BY Admin 

    Major League Baseball players and owners on Friday agreed to a tentative collective bargaining agreement that would avert a baseball strike. Continue reading

  • August 30, 2002   BY Admin 

    United Nations prosecutors have filed a legal brief insisting that a former Washington Post reporter testify in the case of a Bosnian Serb accused of genocide, elevating the debate over journalists testifying in front of international war tribunals. Continue reading

  • August 30, 2002  

    Ray Suarez looks the agreement between baseball owners and players with Jim Bouton, a former pitcher with the New York Yankees, the Seattle Pilots and the Houston Astros; Ron Rapoport, a sports columnist for The Chicago Sun-Times; and Allen Sanderson, a sports economist at the University of Chicago. Continue reading

  • August 28, 2002   BY Admin 

    U.S.-led forces searching for Osama bin Laden and members of his al-Qaida network are concentrating on a stretch of Afghanistan’s border with Pakistan, The New York Times reported Wednesday. Continue reading