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  • September 16, 2003  

    Hurricane Isabel is headed for the East Coast of the United States. Essayist Roger Rosenblatt considers hurricanes. Continue reading

  • September 15, 2003   BY Admin 

    After five days of bitter debate over agriculture subsidies, World Trade Organization talks collapsed, on Sunday when developing countries refused to expand the scope of negotiations to include new regulations on foreign investment and competition. Continue reading

  • September 15, 2003  

    The World Trade Organization conference in Cancun collapsed when delegates from developing nations walked out. Ray Suarez follows up on the weekend’s events with Josette Shiner, a deputy U.S. trade representative, and Richard Bernal, the lead negotiator for the Caribbean countries at the meetings. Continue reading

  • September 15, 2003  

    Secretary of State Colin Powell met in Geneva with U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan and other members of the U.N. Security Council to discuss the U.S. timetable for control of Iraq. France’s ambassador to the United States Jean-David Levitte offers the French perspective on this international debate. Continue reading

  • September 12, 2003   BY Admin 

    Moammar Gadhafi’s government was implicated in two airliner bombings in the late 1980s. Continue reading

  • September 12, 2003   BY Admin 

    The United Nations nuclear watchdog voted Friday to impose an Oct. 31 deadline for Iran to outline its nuclear program and future intentions. Continue reading

  • September 12, 2003  

    As the World Trade Organization continued talks Friday in Cancun, Mexico, Paul Solman investigates one possible downside to lowering barriers to international trade. Continue reading

  • September 12, 2003  

    CIA analysts say that Osama bin Laden’s voice was on an audio message released earlier this week. Ray Suarez discusses the war on terror with Richard Clarke and Harvey Sicherman. Continue reading

  • September 11, 2003   BY Admin 

    Thousands paused Thursday to commemorate the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon near Washington, D.C. and the crash of a hijacked passenger jet in Shanksville, Pa. Continue reading

  • September 11, 2003  

    Within 45 days of Sept. 11, 2001, President Bush signed the Patriot Act, making it easier for investigators to obtain private records, conduct searches without notice and monitor phone and Internet usage. Ray Suarez gets perspective on the debate surrounding the Patriot Act from John Yoo and Patricia Williams. Continue reading