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  • January 28, 2004  

    Former lead U.S. weapons inspector David Kay testified today before Congress that he does not believe Iraq had any active programs to produce weapons of mass destruction at the time the United States invaded the country in March. Kwame Holman reports on Kay’s testimony and its partisan reception. Continue reading

  • January 28, 2004  

    Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Carl Levin, D-Mich., discuss former lead U.S. weapons inspector David Kay’s testimony before Congress Wednesday. Kay said he did not believe Iraq had an active program to produce weapons of mass destruction at the time the United States invaded the country in March. Continue reading

  • January 27, 2004   BY Admin 

    A suicide bomber attacked a convoy of NATO-led security forces in Kabul on Tuesday morning, killing a Canadian soldier and an Afghan civilian. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the act. Continue reading

  • January 27, 2004  

    The federal commission investigating the attacks of Sept. 11 wrapped up two days of testimony on what occurred that day. Terence Smith reports on the findings. Continue reading

  • January 23, 2004   BY Admin 

    Charles Duelfer, the highest-ranking American among U.N. weapons inspectors during Saddam Hussein’s regime, will take over as head of the U.S. team searching for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, the CIA announced Friday. Continue reading

  • January 22, 2004  

    Top airline industry executives met in Washington Thursday to develop an industry-wide standard for sharing confidential passenger information with federal antiterrorism officials. Experts explain and debate the proposal. Continue reading

  • January 19, 2004  

    U.S. and Iraqi officials met with U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan Monday to discuss handing over power to a transitional government in Iraq. The president of the Iraqi Governing Council and the former Canadian ambassador to the United Nations offer their perspectives on the potentially rocky transition. Continue reading

  • January 12, 2004  

    Mexican President Vicente Fox praised President Bush’s immigration proposals while the two attended the Summit of the Americas in Mexico with leaders from 34 other nations. Following a background report on the summit, experts discuss U.S.-Mexican relations. Continue reading

  • January 9, 2004   BY Admin 

    The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether a U.S. citizen seized abroad can be kept indefinitely in a military jail, the latest in a series of legal challenges to the Bush administration’s antiterrorism policies. Continue reading

  • January 9, 2004   BY Admin 

    Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge announced Friday that the U.S. terror alert level is being reduced from "high" to "elevated," although some heightened security measures will remain in place. Continue reading