Reports on security efforts in New York, Washington, San Francisco and Chicago.
The Taliban's ambassador to Pakistan today condemned what he called "brutal" U.S. attacks against targets inside Afghanistan.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The following is the text of President Bush's weekly radio address to the nation which includes a warning to the ruling Taliban government and an offer of aid to the people of Afghanistan.
In his weekly radio address, President Bush told the Taliban regime there is little time left to comply U.S. demands.
A 63-year-old Florida man died of pulmonary anthrax today, one day after he was diagnosed with the fatal disease. Officials say there is no evidence that the infection was the result of bioterrorism.
Anticipating more weekend peace protests, Spencer Michels reports on a national peace movement sparked in response to the September 11th attacks.
Osama bin Laden and his al Qaeda network were behind last month's attacks on the U.S. and the group's close ties to Afghanistan's ruling Taliban made the strike possible, according to a document released by the British government today.
A 63-year-old Florida man was diagnosed with pulmonary anthrax Thursday, but officials say there is no evidence that the infection is the result of bioterrorism.
The Secretary of Defense arrived in Saudi Arabia today, embarking on a mission to strengthen Arab and Islamic support for the U.S. anti-terrorism campaign and to gather intelligence on Osama bin Laden.
Attorney General John Ashcroft expressed frustration yesterday that Congress had not moved faster to adopt a sweeping new anti-terrorism proposal.
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