Margaret Warner discusses the American presidency in times of crisis with Phillip Zelikow, author of a book examining how John F. Kennedy dealt with the Cuban missile crisis.
Congressional leaders will need more time to hammer out a compromise on aviation security after the House passed a bill last night that differs significantly from the Senate's approved plan.
Hoping to end one of the nation's largest antitrust cases, the Justice Department asked a judge Friday to approve a settlement that would set new rules for the nation's hard-hit technology industry.
On the eve of House consideration of new airport and plane security rules, Congressional leaders pledged to quickly work through differences and pass a sweeping aviation safety measure.
Attorney General John Ashcroft today announced a list of 46 alleged terrorist groups whose members and supporters will be barred from entering the U.S.
Israeli tanks and troops today withdrew from Bethlehem and nearby Beit Jala, but officials say a pullout from five other cities depends on Palestinian compliance with several demands.
Margaret Warner discusses the American state of mind during the war with historians Michael Beschloss, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Richard Norton Smith, Roger Wilkins and author/journalist Haynes Johnson.
By PBS NewsHour
The following is the full text of President Bush's remarks at the White House signing of the of USA Patriot Act of 2001, that allows sweeping anti-terrorism legislation.
Israeli troops searching for the assassins of a Cabinet minister fought with armed Palestinians in a West Bank village Wednesday.
President Bush signed an anti-terrorism bill that will vastly expand the powers of law enforcement officials. Ray Suarez explores the impact of the new legislation on civil rights with four legal experts.
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