Ray Suarez looks at the French media company Vivendi, which is rapidly becoming a major player in the U.S. entertainment market. Suarez discusses the company's latest acquisitions with Jim Stroud of the media consulting firm The Carmel Group, and David…
U.S. and Afghan tribal forces intensified their attacks on al-Qaida positions in the mountainous Tora Bora region of eastern Afghanistan.
President Bush Thursday announced the U.S. would formally withdraw from Anti-ballistic Missile Treaty signed with the Soviet Union in 1972.
American bombers pounded the mountain cave networks near the eastern Afghan village of Tora Bora today after a second surrender deadline passed without any sign of al-Qaida compliance.
Margaret Warner discusses the Bush administration's decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty with two senators from the Foreign Relations Committee: Chairman Joseph Biden (D-Del.) and Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.).
Afghan tribal leaders today detailed new terms for the surrender of al-Qaida fighters cornered in Afghanistan's southern mountains, demanding any of the group's leaders still in the area turn themselves in.
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With Kandahar in the hands of ethnic Pashtun tribes, the U.S. and anti-Taliban factions are focusing their attack on a series of caves in eastern Afghanistan where hundreds of al-Qaida fighters may be hiding.
Taliban fighters Friday fled from the city of Kandahar, the former ruling militia's final stronghold in Afghanistan.
The Taliban will surrender Kandahar and begin handing over weapons Friday, according to the former Taliban ambassador to Pakistan.
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