After nearly three months of U.S. bombing and anti-Taliban attacks on the ground, interim Afghan leader Hamid Karzai said terrorism has largely been defeated in his nation.
The business gambles in the U.S. insurance industry in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks.
Ted Robbins reports on tougher restrictions along the U.S.-Mexican border.
The man who allegedly tried to ignite explosives in his shoe on a flight from Paris to the U.S. Saturday was ordered held in federal custody Monday.
Spencer Michels reports on the state of rebuilding in Afghanistan and the U.S. hunt for Osama bin Laden now that the new interim Afghan government is in charge.
Hamid Karzai and other officials face numerous challenges as Afghanistan's interim government assumes power.
Margaret Warner talks to New York Times correspondent David Rhode about the political situation in Afghanistan a day before the new interim Afghan government takes power.
The United Nations Security Council Thursday unanimously approved a plan to send an international peacekeeping force to back Afghanistan's new interim government.
As Yemeni forces pursue militants suspected of ties to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network, allies indicated Wednesday that the U.S. may target Somalia next in its fight against international terrorism.
As U.S. forces continue the cave-by-cave search near Tora Bora and interrogate al-Qaida and Taliban troops, a deadly prison revolt in Pakistan ends with thirteen dead.
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