President Bush addressed the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday, defending the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and calling for more international support to rebuild it and Afghanistan.
When completed, the new visitor center at the U.S. Capitol will welcome some 2 million tourists a year. Kwame Holman looks at the increasing costs of keeping the site secure.
A panel of foreign affairs columnists discuss President Bush's U.N. General Assembly address on Iraq Tuesday and the effect it will have on international relations.
President Bush defended his Iraq policies in a speech to the U.N. General Assembly today. Ray Suarez narrates excerpts from U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, President Bush and French President Jacques Chirac.
Rolf Ekeus, a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq from 1991 to 1997, offers his views on the continuing failure to find banned weapons in Iraq.
Hurricane Isabel moved through the mid-Atlantic region Thursday, causing the deaths of at least 15 people, downing trees and power lines, flooding low-lying areas, halting transportation systems, and damaging homes and businesses.
Hurricane Isabel has left parts of the mid-Atlantic region in shambles. Kwame Holman and Betty Ann Bowser report.
Residents along the mid-Atlantic east coast braced for the arrival of Hurricane Isabel Thursday as the eye of the weakened 100 mph storm made landfall and began moving across the fragile islands of North Carolina's Outer Banks.
Jim Lehrer talks to former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright about her memoir, "Madame Secretary."…
Hurricane Isabel stormed ashore Thursday, causing widespread damage and leaving millions without electricity. The eye of the storm hit along the North Carolina coast, where President Bush declared a federal state of emergency. Terence Smith gets a status report on…
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