Margaret Warner talks with retired Rear Admiral Eric McVadon, a former defense and naval attache to China; George Wilson of the National Journal, and Scott Silliman of Duke University Law School about the 24 Americans being detained in China.
Journalists at NTV, Russia's only nationwide independent television network, took their fight against a takeover by the state-run gas company to the airwaves Wednesday.
Media correspondent Terence Smith discusses the media-sponsored recount of Florida presidential votes with Mark Seibel, managing editor of the Miami Herald.
Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski discuss the surveillance plane standoff.
China's ambassador talks about the surveillance plane standoff.
The first U.S. contact with the 24 crew members came amid a continuing war of allegations with China over the status of the top-secret aircraft.
Russia's state-controlled gas company Tuesday fired the board of directors at NTV, the country's only nationwide independent television station, the latest volley in a continuing battle over the station's future.
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More than three months after Democrat Al Gore conceded the contested 2000 election, an independent hand recount of Florida's ballots released Tuesday says he would have lost anyway, even if officials would have allowed the hand count he requested.
An international standoff continues over a U.S. spy plane grounded in China and its 24 crew members. Two U.S. defense experts discuss the situation.
Freelance writer Jonathan Tasini and attorney Bruce Keller examine the content rights case that is bound for the Supreme Court.
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