Following FBI warnings of a biological and chemical terrorist attack, U.S. authorities in three states arrested 10 men for holding illegal hazardous materials permits.
President Bush has said he is ready to sign a $15 billion emergency assistance to bolster U.S. airline companies crippled since the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
The Bush administration has expanded its power to detain immigrants suspected of crimes connected to the terrorist attacks against New York and Washington.
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said Tuesday chances are "very, very small" anyone will be found alive in the smoldering wreckage of the World Trade Center.
Despite a federal rate cut and rallying cries for patriotism, the New York Stock Exchange plummeted during it's first day open since the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11.
U.S. military pilots were told to shoot down hijacked commercial airplanes over Washington, Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday.
Both houses of Congresss have approved a $40 billion emergency package to aid victims and a bill authorizing the president to use all necessary force against those responsible for the attacks.
By PBS NewsHour
The following is the full list of suspected hijackers and pilots involved in the attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. provided by the FBI. The FBI requests that anyone with information about these individuals call 1-866-483-5137.
President Bush Friday got a first-hand look at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center towers where rescue workers continue their search for survivors despite harsh weather.
The three New York regional airports opened briefly Thursday only to shut down abruptly after federal authorities detained a dozen men mistakenly linked to Tuesday's airplane hijackers.
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