U.S. officials have decided to limit the number of American troops searching the Tora Bora cave complex for clues to Osama bin Laden's whereabouts. Despite the move, Pentagon officials continued to press Afghan commanders to probe region.
How terrorist attacks and a declining economy have impacted the world of advertising. Terence Smith reports.
After nearly three months of U.S. bombing and anti-Taliban attacks on the ground, interim Afghan leader Hamid Karzai said terrorism has largely been defeated in his nation.
Following an interview with the interim Afghan Prime Minister on the Associated Press Television Network, Indira Lakshmanan, a foreign correspondent for the Boston Globe, provides a first-hand account of Afghanistan after the war and the Taliban's defeat.
Associated Press reporter Kathy Gannon interviews Afghanistan's new leader, Hamid Karzai.
Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the first hand-written bible in over four centuries.
Ray Suarez discusses the state of the Catholic Church with Bishop Gregory.
The U.S. Congress Thursday pledged $19.2 million to fund a Radio Free Afghanistan service that would beam news and information to Afghans in their local languages.
AT&T Corp. yesterday agreed to sell its cable television business to Comcast Corp. in a $52 billion deal that will create a cable giant double the size of its nearest competitor, AOL Time Warner.
Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, houses of worship have been a source of strength for many. Terence Smith looks at the news coverage of religion in America.
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