President Bush has announced an order to freeze the assets of 62 organizations and individuals suspected of having financial ties to terrorist groups.
The following is a list of recent organizations and individuals with suspected terrorist links to have their assets frozen by the White House.
Tom Bearden examines the fundraising difficulties facing local charities since September 11th.
The Federal Reserve today cut a key interest rate by half a point, making the rate the lowest level since 1961.
Gwen Ifill and guests weigh the pros and cons of the Microsoft settlement and consider its possible implications for industry competition.
The nation's unemployment rate jumped half a percentage point in October to post a 5-year high of 5.4 percent, the Labor Department said Friday.
Hoping to end one of the nation's largest antitrust cases, the Justice Department asked a judge Friday to approve a settlement that would set new rules for the nation's hard-hit technology industry.
Four economists discuss the half percentage point jump in U.S. unemployment, pushing it to a 5-year high of 5.4 percent.
Paul Solman reports on yesterday's Twin Towers job fair, sponsored by New York City and aimed at helping those who lost their jobs after the September 11 attacks.
The U.S. Senate is preparing to debate how best to jump-start the economy after House lawmakers narrowly passed a Republican-backed economic stimulus package providing over $100 billion in tax relief.
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