President Bush visited FBI headquarters today to announce a list of 22 suspected terrorists, vowing the U.S. will "shine the light" of justice on those behind last month's attacks.
Jim Lehrer talks with four senators about the how the White House passes intelligence to the Congress and the responsibility to withhold some information from the public.
Kwame Holman reports on the controversy over leaking sensitive information about the military action and terrorism investigation.
Margaret Warner learns more details about the FBI's 22 suspects and global terrorist networks with two journalists who cover the ongoing investigation.
Federal health officials today said they doubt the anthrax bacteria that killed one man and infected another in Boca Raton, Fla. could have occurred naturally.
Two U.S. C-17 aircraft early today flew from the Ramstein U.S. Air Force Base in Germany, dropping emergency rations for refugees over Afghanistan. The airdrop was part of a humanitarian relief effort expected to continue over the next few days.
Thousands of additional armed police and National Guard troops patrolled New York and U.S. other cities today as a part of increased security measures implemented across the country.
The FBI is investigating how a co-worker of the Florida man who died of pulmonary anthrax last week could have come into contact with the rare disease.
A discussion with three U.S. mayors on efforts to protect cities from future terrorist attacks.
Reports on security efforts in New York, Washington, San Francisco and Chicago.
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