Earlier Monday, Gen. Tommy Franks, chief of U.S. operations in Afghanistan, hailed Operation Anaconda as "an unqualified and absolute success."…
Ray Suarez takes a look at how much military spending is enough for the war on terrorism.
U.S. and Afghan troops overran the remaining major Taliban and al-Qaida position in and around the Shah-i-Kot mountain range in eastern Afghanistan Tuesday.
After weeks of speculation and debate, David Letterman announced Monday he had agreed to stay on CBS for another five years. The move ends efforts by ABC to woo the late-night talk show host to their network.
President Bush marked the six month memorial of the Sept. 11 attacks with somber tributes to the victims and a reaffirmation of the ongoing war against terror.
After a report on the latest in the Afghan campaign, Margaret Warner discusses "Operation Anaconda" with Mark Thompson, Time Magazine's national security correspondent.
Despite inclement weather and sporadic firefights, U.S. and Afghan forces continued fighting Taliban militants in the eastern Shah-i-Kot mountains Thursday.
Spencer Michels reports the latest on the war in Afghanistan.
U.S. troops and Afghan allies fought their way to Taliban and al-Qaida bunkers amid heavy fire in eastern Afghanistan's ice-covered mountains Tuesday, in one of the bloodiest offensives to date.
It's the electronic version of an old-fashioned newspaper circulation war, with the nation's three all-news cable channels locked in a competition for viewers. Terence Smith surveys the battle lines.
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