Florida officials ordered nearly 2 million people to evacuate from the path of Hurricane Charley, which was bearing down on Florida's coast Friday.
Hurricane Charley churned the seas off the west coast of Florida and brought torrential rain and 145-mile-per-hour winds. Terence Smith reports on the track of the Category 4 hurricane AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Bastardi. Then Florida's Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings discusses…
Since the Sept. 11 attacks, many American security officials have worried that terrorists and weapons may enter U.S. shores through vulnerabilities in port security. Jeffrey Kaye examines the costs and challenges of securing the nation's 361 seaports.
The leaders of the 9/11 commission tried to reassure the House Armed Service Committee on Tuesday that their proposal to add a national intelligence director would not undermine Pentagon authority in U.S. military operations. Kwame Holman reports on Tuesday's testimony.
Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Monday refused demands from the interim Iraqi government to halt his militia's fighting in the holy city of Najaf. Experts discuss how the latest violence is affecting interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi's efforts to guide…
Since June, Pakistani authorities have arrested more than 20 al-Qaida suspects in the ongoing campaign against terror. Following a background report on the evolving alliance between Pakistan and the United States since the Sept. 11 attacks, Margaret Warner gets three…
As the United Nations tries to negotiate a political peace with the Sudanese government to end violence in the Darfur region of Sudan, international relief agencies are battling to contain an already critical humanitarian emergency.
Recently released terrorist threats against the International Monetary Fund and World Bank buildings in Washington have led to an increased security presence within blocks of the White House. A look at life in Washington, D.C. under Orange Alert.
The Imam and the founder of a mosque in Albany, New York, have been arrested on charges they plotted to help purchase a shoulder-fired missile that would be used to assassinate the Pakistani ambassador in New York.
Fighting in Iraq flared up again Thursday and threatened a two-month-old truce between Shiite militias and U.S. forces and the interim governments. Margaret Warner talks with two experts about the insurgency and the security situation for U.S. troops in Iraq.
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