Elizabeth Farnsworth remembers Mildred Wirt Benson, author of the Nancy Drew book series, with Ilana Nash, an instructor in the American culture studies program at Bowling Green State University.
Longtime NBC substitute anchor Brian Williams will take the "Nightly News" anchor chair when Tom Brokaw steps down in 2004, the network announced Tuesday.
Spencer Michels looks at the new debate over celibacy in the Catholic church.
Ray Suarez reports on President Bush remembering wars past and present while he spends Memorial Day in France.
Two journalists discuss a unique program that allows Arab and American reporters to sample each other's cultures.
President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a landmark arms agreement Friday, which reduces the number of deployed nuclear warheads to at most 2,200 for each country.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld discusses terror threats, the war in Afghanistan, and his decision to cancel the Crusader plan.
The federal government will not allow pilots of commercial airplanes to carry lethal weapons in the cockpit, John Magaw, the undersecretary of transportation security, announced Tuesday at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing.
Terence Smith looks at the threat of future terrorism and the controversy over pre-9/11 hijack warnings.
Terence Smith reports on Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's efforts to abandon the Army's crusader cannon.
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