The Israeli government issued the Palestinian Authority an ultimatum Thursday: hand over the gunmen blamed for the killing the Israeli Minister of Tourism or face severe consequences.
Kwame Holman looks at bioterrorism and the activities of the Office of Homeland Defense and Security, including excerpts from Tom Ridge's first briefing earlier.
Speaker Dennis Hastert said the House of Representatives will shut down at the end of business today after 31 people on Capitol Hill tested positive for anthrax exposure.
Militant Palestinians today assassinated an Israeli cabinet member, sparking condemnation throughout the region and severely testing ceasefire efforts.
Capitol Police closed a dozen Senate offices today to inspect the ventilation system after a letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle tested positive for anthrax.
A letter addressed to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle has tested positive for anthrax.
In his first trip outside the United States since the Sept. 11 attacks, Secretary of State Colin Powell arrived in Pakistan today to discuss reopening military ties, the future of Afghanistan, and Pakistan's dispute with India over Kashmir.
Independent Television News reporter Ian Williams reports from inside Taliban territory on the public relations war between the U.S. and the Taliban.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In the first radio address since the beginning of air strikes on targets in Afghanistan, President Bush has the said the U.S. military has "achieved the goals of the first phase of our campaign."…
The Senate overwhelmingly approved major aviation security and anti-terrorism legislation in an attempt to prevent future terrorist attacks.
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