After failing to garner support within his own Peronist party and a weekend of anti-government demonstrations, interim President Rodriguez Saa resigned late Sunday after one week in office, becoming the third president to quit in two weeks.
Following Pakistan's arrest of Islamic militants, the situation between the Islamic nation and its neighbor India remains tenuous. Ray Suarez gets two perspectives on the diplomatic conflict.
Gwen Ifill reports on expanding national service opportunities.
Tom Bearden reports on the role of the National Guard in protecting America's air space.
President Bush vowed to fulfill the U.S. mission in Afghanistan and capture Osama bin Laden, amid several reports that the al-Qaida leader had fled to Pakistan.
Interim Defense Minister Mohammad Fahim Friday said Afghanistan had reached an agreement on the deployment of an international security force.
Extended excerpts of comments made by President Bush and General Tommy Franks on the U.S. war against al-Qaida.
Less than two hours after India ordered at least half of Pakistani diplomats sent home and its airline banned from using Indian airspace, Pakistan retaliated by ordering the same sanctions against the largely Hindu nation.
Despite assurances from both countries that they will use restraint, India and Pakistan have put their missiles on alert and are moving troops to the border for a possible confrontation.
Gwen Ifill gets three perspectives on the recent flare-up between the two nuclear-capable countries and the possible consequences on the war against terrorism.
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