A federal jury in Miami convicted Jose Padilla on all three counts of supporting overseas Islamic terrorist groups, including al-Qaida. A reporter who covered the trial provides an update.
A South Korean envoy headed to Afghanistan Wednesday, hoping to win the release of 22 South Korean hostages taken by the Taliban last week. One hostage was killed Tuesday. Experts talk about the status of the fighters.
A report released Friday by the Pentagon's inspector general found that a 2002 intelligence briefing on Iraq was faulty but legal. NewsHour analysts discuss the Senate Armed Services Committee's response to the report.
A Mt. Sinai report found 60 percent of Sept. 11 first responders who breathed contaminated dust and smoke at the World Trade Center attack site now suffer from respiratory problems. The NewsHour reports on lingering health problems and help given…
On the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, memories of the destruction and victims remain fresh in people's minds. Eight Americans talk to Jim Lehrer about how the day's events have impacted their lives.
Analysts David Brooks and Tom Oliphant discuss President Bush's proposal for military tribunals for terror suspects, how Republicans and Democrats are using terrorism as a political tool and their views on the world since the Sept. 11 attacks.
Free verse poet Lucille Clifton reads "September Songs, A Poem in Seven Days" about the days surrounding Sept. 11, 2001 which included the terrorist attacks and the birth of her granddaughter.
Tom Heidenberger, who lost his wife on American Airlines Flight 77 when it hit the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, shares his story in the third installment in a series about how 9/11 has impacted lives.
Ron Suskind discusses his new book, "The One Percent Doctrine," which examines the Bush administration's decision-making following the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden, President Bush's nominee for CIA director, fielded questions from the Senate Intelligence Committee about the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program created after Sept. 11th while Hayden was head of NSA.
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