The story of refugees at the Afghan-Pakistan border, then Ruud Lubbers, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, discusses the crisis situation with Robert MacNeil.
Excerpts from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's remarks at the Department of Defense. Then, excerpts from Presidents Bush and Putin's joint White House news conference.
In the wake of Taliban departure from Kabul, the future of Afghanistan is left uncertain. Ray Suarez explores life in Afghanistan after the fall.
The Northern Alliance marches into the Afghan capital and pushes out Taliban soldiers.
In his first address to the United Nations, President Bush said all nations have an obligation to combat international terrorism.
Ray Suarez returns to New York City to examine the progress of recovery efforts at the World Trade Center site.
Ray Suarez explores the constitutionality of detaining over 1,000 terror suspects with a civil rights attorney and a federal prosecutor.
Ray Suarez talks to Neil Lewis from The New York Times about the federal terror investigation and the detainment of over 1,000 suspects.
Gwen Ifill discusses attempts to shut down terrorist money supplies with David Sanger, White House correspondent for The New York Times.
President Bush has announced an order to freeze the assets of 62 organizations and individuals suspected of having financial ties to terrorist groups.
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