Egypt's ambassador to the United States reflects on the Middle East peace process after a speech given by President Bush highlighting new U.S. involvement.
Margaret Warner and guests debate whether the federal government violated the rights of its detainees from the Sept. 11 investigation.
Betty Ann Bowser takes a look at the treatment of people detained by the federal government since Sept. 11.
Former Senator George Mitchell, architect of the Mitchell peace plan, evaluates the danger for greater regional violence, and the prospects for bringing peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
The White House on Tuesday confirmed a man captured by Pakistani officials last week and later turned over to the U.S. is indeed Abu Zubaydah, a top al-Qaida organizer who could provide details of the terror organization's plans and operatives.
Margaret Warner talks to New York Times military correspondent Michael Gordon about the recent capture of top Al-Qaeda leader Abu Zubaydah.
Abu Zubaydah, a senior al-Qaida member, was captured by Pakistani authorities and is now in American hands, news agencies reported Monday.
Firsthand reports on the violence and political uncertainty in the Middle East from New York Times correspondents Neil MacFarquhar and James Bennet.
Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski discuss the continuing violence in Israel and the occupied territories, and the U.S. role in ending the crisis.
Hasan Rahman, chief Washington representative for the Palestinian Authority, discusses the Israeli takeover of his organization's headquarters.
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