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Gwen Ifill talks with Washington Post foreign affairs reporter Jim Hoagland about the United States' role in global affairs.
Pakistan announced the arrest of 130 Islamic militants in an ongoing crackdown on groups operating out of Pakistan. India said it wanted reassurance that the crackdown will last before embarking on talks aimed at reducing tensions.
Margaret Warner presents the second in a series of conversations about the United States' role in global affairs. Tonight she talks to Andres Oppenheimer, syndicated foreign affairs columnist for The Miami Herald.
Ray Suarez and guests discuss the continued search for Taliban and al-Qaida leaders in Afghanistan.
In the first part of a series on the United States' role in the international community, Margaret Warner interviews Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International and columnist for Newsweek magazine and The Washington Post.
A federal judge enters an innocent plea on behalf of alleged Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui. New York Times reporter David Johnston recaps the day's events.
President Bush vowed to fulfill the U.S. mission in Afghanistan and capture Osama bin Laden, amid several reports that the al-Qaida leader had fled to Pakistan.
Richard Reid, a 28-year-old British citizen, appeared Friday in court to face charges stemming from an incident where he allegedly attempted to detonate explosives during a flight from Paris to the U.S. last Saturday.
Extended excerpts of comments made by President Bush and General Tommy Franks on the U.S. war against al-Qaida.
As he prepares to end eight eventful years as New York City's mayor, Rudolph Giuliani offered his parting thoughts in a speech. The following are excerpts of his address.
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