Jim Lehrer talks with White House General Counsel Alberto Gonzales about the war-time precedents for military tribunals and its affect on civil liberties.
Elizabeth Farnsworth reports from Cairo on Egyptian impressions of the U.S. and the war against terrorism.
Microsoft yesterday proposed a deal to end class-action lawsuits accusing the software giant of using its monopoly power to overcharge consumers.
Lee Hochberg reports on Attorney General Ashcroft's challenge to an Oregon law allowing physician-assisted suicide.
After weeks of delay, the Congress today approved a compromise aviation security bill and sent it to the president for his signature.
Texas writer Vanessa Leggett, jailed for refusing to turn over her research on a local murder to a grand jury, will take her case to the U.S. Supreme Court, her lawyer said today.
Gwen Ifill examines the debate over trying terrorists in military rather than civilian courts with George Terwilliger, former deputy attorney general for the first Bush administration, and Laura Murphy, director of the Washington office of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Robert MacNeil talks to Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf about the war in Afghanistan and his country's role in the anti-terror coalition.
The Senate Finance Committee narrowly voted to approve a Democratic proposal to stimulate an economy most experts believe has slipped into recession.
The following is the full text of the FBI document released Friday that profiles the "linguistic and behavioral assessments of the person responsible for mailing anthrax-laden letters on September 18 and October 9, 2001."…
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