Gwen Ifill reports on the Justice Department's decision to try John Walker in a U.S. civilian court on charges of terrorism.
Angered by what Palestinian officials call Israel's murder of a popular militia leader, a third Palestinian militant group called off their month-old truce on Monday.
President Bush fainted briefly Sunday night when a pretzel he was eating stimulated a nerve that slowed his heart rate.
Ray Suarez talks with Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castaneda about U.S.-Mexico relations.
Gwen Ifill reviews President Bush's health scare on Sunday and talks with Dr. Paul Pepe, chair of emergency medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Emergency Medical Center and an emergency and trauma consultant to the White House.
Gwen Ifill reviews President Bush's health scare on Sunday.
Part 2 of a Tom Bearden report on the National Guard's increased role in the homeland security effort.
Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.) and Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) talk about the political fallout from Enron and their recent visit to Afghanistan.
The Energy Department today recommended that the nation store nuclear waste in Nevada's Yucca Mountain.
In a further move to crack down on Palestinians, Israeli bulldozers and tanks damaged the runway of the Palestinian airport today in the Gaza Strip.
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