Spencer Michels provides a 9/11-anniversary update about an Afghan-American community in California.
Terence Smith speaks with writer Pete Hamill about how Americans have changed since September 11, 2001.
Hecklers lambasting the Bush administration's record on the environment and assistance to the poor repeatedly interrupted a speech by Secretary of State Colin Powell at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Lawmakers react to President Bush's pledge to seek congressional consent before taking military action against Iraq.
Kwame Holman reports on President Bush's meeting with key congressional leaders on Iraq.
A visit to one Manhattan firehouse that lost 11 men in the World Trade Center catastrophe.
Margaret Warner talks with Bishop William DeVeaux of the African Methodist Episcopal Church about how Americans have changed since Sept. 11.
Iraq on Tuesday said it would consider readmitting United Nations weapons inspectors, but only as part of a broader plan to lift U.N. economic sanctions and defuse tensions with the United States.
Ray Suarez speaks with historian Richard Brookhiser about how Americans have changed since the Sept. 11 attacks.
The World Trade Organization ruled Friday that the European Union may impose record sanctions of some $4 billion on U.S exports, creating a major incentive for Washington to abandon special tax breaks for U.S. companies.
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