Jim Lehrer hosts a debate on possible U.S. military action against Iraq to overthrow the regime of Saddam Hussein.
Historians discuss America's history of military and political intervention in foreign nations.
Ray Suarez reports on the day's developments in Congress on homeland security legislation.
Accused Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui attempted to plead guilty to a revised federal indictment including charges that could carry the death penalty, but a federal judge refused to accept his plea and insisted he take a week to reconsider.
Two former senators who studied America's ability to combat terrorism react to the president's proposal.
A report from Kwame Holman on the newly unveiled Bush administration homeland security strategy.
Jim Lehrer explores the latest developments in homeland security with four members of Congress: Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.), Senator Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.), Congresswoman Deborah Pryce (R-Ohio) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
American John Walker Lindh pleaded guilty Monday to charges of fighting for the Taliban in Afghanistan and carrying explosives.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously agreed to exempt U.S. peacekeepers from war crimes prosecution by the International Criminal Court for a one-year period.
Ray Suarez reports on the debate over troubles in Africa and the continent's economic future.
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