Secretary of State Colin Powell Wednesday pledged U.S. involvement in any dialogue between India as Pakistan as continuing tensions along the border appeared to ease a bit.
In his first trip outside the United States since the Sept. 11 attacks, Secretary of State Colin Powell arrived in Pakistan today to discuss reopening military ties, the future of Afghanistan, and Pakistan's dispute with India over Kashmir.
As rescue teams and investigators sort through the wreckage from Tuesday's terrorist attacks, federal authorities detain suspects and uncover evidence pointing to Osama bin Laden.
The Secretary of State predicts a long, tough campaign ahead as the investigation into the terrorist attacks continues.
George W. Bush hinted throughout the campaign that a Bush Administration would feature the popular former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
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