The FBI faces questions over whether it ignored crucial pre-Sept. 11 intelligence information. Senators Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) debate who knew what.
President Bush said Thursday he opposes forming a special commission to investigate how the government handled terrorism warnings before Sept. 11, saying the information is too sensitive for such an investigation to be conducted in a public forum.
During his European tour, President Bush addresses a special session of the German Bundestag in Berlin, Germany.
As the State Department released its latest survey of international terrorism, the FBI warned of possible terrorist plots against sites in New York City.
U.S. government warnings about possible threats against the United States continued Tuesday with the FBI warning that New York City landmarks may be targeted. Four experts discuss official reaction to the government warnings.
Kwame Holman reports on terrorism warnings before and after September 11th.
Vice President Dick Cheney and the FBI director stepped up their warnings that further attacks on U.S. targets both domestically and abroad are inevitable.
President Bush defended his handling of a warning he received from the CIA last August that Osama bin Laden's network wanted to hijack U.S. airliners, saying Friday he would have acted if he knew a plot like the Sept. 11…
A report from Spencer Michels on the continued turmoil over the pre-9/11 hijack warnings.
In the months before the September 11th attacks, law enforcement agencies and the White House met repeatedly to discuss potential terrorist attacks including the threat that Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network might attempt to hijack airliners.
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