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Legal experts debate what the U.S. government should do with the hundreds of Afghan and al-Qaida detainees in Camp Delta, a new U.S. military base in Guatanamo, Cuba. Continue reading →
A report on what caused the World Trade Center towers to collapse. Continue reading →
U.S.-led coalition troops clashed with suspected al-Qaida militants, killing as many as four in gun battles near Khost, an eastern Afghan city near the Pakistani border. Continue reading →
The German foreign minister is visiting the United States to discuss moving the Middle East toward a peace settlement. Continue reading →
From violence in the Middle East to involvement in Iraq, experts assess President Bush’s foreign policy. Continue reading →
Tom Bearden reports on how New Jersey’s worst drought in over a century is affecting the state, its businesses, and the environment. Continue reading →
The New York Times reporter Philip Shenon discusses developments in the pretrial hearing of Zacarias Moussaoui, charged in the Sept. 11 attacks. Continue reading →
Betty Ann Bowser reports from Oklahoma City, where she spoke to Oklahoma City bombing and September 11th attack victims’ families and survivors. Continue reading →
The FBI issued a warning Friday, saying unsubstantiated information suggested terrorists were considering attacks against U.S. banks in the Northeast. Continue reading →
A report on Defense Secretary Rumsfeld’s announcement of a major change in U.S. military commands. Continue reading →
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