A court in Hamburg, Germany convicted a Moroccan student on 3,066 counts of accessory to murder Wednesday, for assisting Mohammed Atta and two other perpetrators of the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge discusses his efforts to prepare Americans for a possible terrorist attack.
Experts discuss the domestic criticism Tony Blair is facing for his efforts to garner U.N. support for a possible war with Iraq.
Gwen Ifill reports on the difficulties British Prime Minister Tony Blair is facing over his support of the U.S. and stance towards Iraq.
Two days of snowfall paralyzed the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast this long weekend. At least 16 people died in weather-related incidents, while air and ground traffic froze in place.
A possible Iraq war triggered worldwide protests these past three days. Betty Ann Bowser reports on the demonstrations.
The top United Nations weapons inspectors reported to the Security Council Friday that they have made progress in their efforts to disarm Iraq, but that major issues remained.
U.N. chief weapons inspector Hans Blix and chief nuclear inspector Mohamed ElBaradei reported to the U.N. Security Council on their work in Iraq. While Blix made the case for more time for inspections, ElBaradei reported that there was no proof…
The standoff between the United States and three close European allies continued Thursday as Belgium, Germany and France repeated their rejection of a U.S. request that NATO prepare to defend Turkey against a potential Iraqi attack.
U.N. chief inspectors Hans Blix and Mohammed ElBaradei are preparing for tomorrow's report to the U.N. Security Council. Spencer Michels reports on Blix's history and his role in the confrontation with Iraq.
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