Terence Smith takes a look at the skating controversy at the Winter Olympics.
Terence Smith talks to ABC commentator Dick Button and Vicki Michaels, a reporter for USA Today about the ice skating controversy dominating this year's Winter Games.
The publisher of The Tyndall Report, a newsletter that monitors television news, discusses his organization's NewsHour- commissioned study of cable news network content. The following are extended excerpts of his interview with Terence Smith.
Pakistani police on Tuesday arrested a 27-year-old Islamic militant considered the prime suspect in the kidnapping of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
Aid for Airlines Jeffrey Kaye of KCET Los Angeles reports on federal aid for the airline industry.
The 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City begin Friday amid the greatest security presence in the history of the Olympic games.
Police in Pakistan today charged three men with kidnapping Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was last seen Jan. 23 in the port city of Karachi.
Ray Suarez talks with three Olympic athletes about the opening Winter Games.
U.S. officials released 27 Afghan detainees Wednesday after determining they had been mistakenly identified as Taliban forces and had no ties to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida terror network.
Mitt Romney, chief organizer for this winter's games, discusses the plans for the Olympics in Salt Lake City.
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