The three New York regional airports opened briefly Thursday only to shut down abruptly after federal authorities detained a dozen men mistakenly linked to Tuesday's airplane hijackers.
Heavy rain and wind slowed the search for victims in the rubble of the World Trade Center, where President Bush plans to visit Friday afternoon.
Searchers sifting through the rubble at the Pentagon early Friday said they recovered the "black boxes" containing the flight data and voice recorders of the hijacked plane that crashed into the building Tuesday.
After a report on the Congressional action, Elizabeth Farnsworth speaks with Senator Bob Graham (D-Fla.), Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and Senator Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.), member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Ray Suarez covers ongoing rescue efforts from New York.
The deputy secretary of defense discusses the decision to call up 50,000 reservists and the capabilities of terrorist groups to again attack the U.S.
Across Europe and the world, heads of state have promised support, declared national days of mourning, and pledged solidarity in the face of terrorist attacks.
As rescue teams and investigators sort through the wreckage from Tuesday's terrorist attacks, federal authorities detain suspects and uncover evidence pointing to Osama bin Laden.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The following is the full text of President Bush's public remarks via telephone with New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and New York Governor George Pataki on the situation there.
In a preliminary estimate, the Pentagon announced today that approximately 190 people may have perished in the terrorist attack on the defense headquarters.
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