Jim Lehrer talks with three military experts about the recent U.S. casualties from "friendly fire" and future plans to attack al-Qaida's underground network in the White Mountains near Tora Bora.
Ray Suarez discusses the significant first step in creating a post-Taliban Afghan government with Steven Erlanger, Berlin bureau chief for The New York Times.
Kwame Holman reports on the developments in the military campaign in Afghanistan.
Amid heavy U.S. airstrikes, anti-Taliban troops battled for control of the airport outside the southern city of Kandahar. Meanwhile in the north, factional fighting prompted the United Nations to pull out of the region.
Jeffrey Kaye of KCET Los Angeles reports on efforts to keep U.S. mail safe.
Investigators at the Centers for Disease Control have identified an anthrax-tainted letter in Connecticut, giving a clue to how an elderly woman died from the disease.
In a sign of how difficult it will be to form a post-Taliban government, the head of the Northern Alliance in Kabul rejected some key points devised at the Bonn meeting and an ethnic Pashtun representative walked out of the…
Egyptians cope with a new way of life after the September 11 attacks on the United States.
In the third day of negotiations, the Northern Alliance dropped its objection to international peacekeeping forces and agreed to form an interim national parliament.
The Northern Alliance today rejected the idea of sending an international peacekeeping mission to Afghanistan once the Taliban is defeated.
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