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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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The following is the full text of President Bush's remarks at the Pentagon Memorial commemorating the lives of those lost during the September 11 attacks.
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice today warned U.S. broadcasters that statements by suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaida network could contain hidden messages to operatives.
Jeffrey Kaye takes a look at how the attacks have affected U.S. immigration policy.
Ray Suarez speaks with Seth Maydans, the New York Times correspondent based in the country with the world's largest Muslim population, Indonesia.
Protests erupted today against the U.S.-led attacks on sites inside Afghanistan, while Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf worked to remove pro-Taliban officials from the country's government and military.
Soon after the United States-led strikes against Afghanistan began today, international leaders in Europe and elsewhere largely expressed support and pledged possible military support.
The following is the text of President Bush's weekly radio address to the nation which includes a warning to the ruling Taliban government and an offer of aid to the people of Afghanistan.
The White House criticized Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon today for accusing the United States of appeasing Palestinians in its effort to include Arab nations in its anti-terrorism coalition.
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