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February 16, 2013
• Olympic Star in Jail This Morning; Dorner Died From Single Gunshot to Head; Meteor Blast Shakes Russia; Lady Gaga Cancels Tour; Fashion's "Wild Child" is Back
• Autopsy Report Forthcoming on Chris Dorner; Jesse Jackson, Jr. Plea Deal on Campaign Funds Misuse; Obama Addresses Gun Violence in Chicago; Asteroid Damage in Russia; Investigation Into Cruise Ship Malfunction; Michael Jordan Turning 50; Solar-Powered Elf Bicycle; The Vatican Votes; Heart Attack Grill Strikes Again
• Crippled Cruise Ship Ports in Alabama; Accused Cop Killer Found Dead; Paralympic Athlete Accused of Murder; President's Education Proposals Debated
• Carnival Triumph Cruise Ship Passengers Make Their Way Home; L.A. Cop Killer Chris Dorner Killed by Self-Inflicted Gunshot; Jesse Jackson Jr. Charged With Misusing $750,000 in Campaign Funds; Hackers Attack Facebook; Meteor Strike in Russia Hurts Almost 1,000 People; Horse Meat Scandal Slams the U.K.
• Meteor Damage Clean Up Begins in Russia; Triumph Passengers Stranded Again; Olympic Star in Jail; Lady Gaga Cancels Concert Tour, Dorner's Cause of Death Revealed; Million Dollars Up For Grabs; Dorner's Cache Of Weapons Found; Tank Leaks Radioactive Waste; Nurse Sues Hospital For Discrimination; New Jersey Boardwalk Rebuilding Under Way; Protecting The Planet From Space; Planned Execution Raises Legal Concern; Navy SEAL Asks Military For Help; Critics: SEAL Broke Code Of Silence; Freeze Drying Your Furry Friend; E-Mail: Wal-Mart Sales A "Disaster"; Tiffany Sues Costco; U.S. Airways, American Merge


February 09, 2013


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January 26, 2013


January 19, 2013


January 12, 2013


January 05, 2013


December 29, 2012


December 22, 2012


December 15, 2012


December 08, 2012


December 01, 2012


November 24, 2012
• Egyptians Protest Morsi's New Law; Peace Holds in Gaza Conflict; Health Concerns After Sandy; The 12 Scams of Christmas; Children of Conflict; Wrong Way Leads to Prison Sentence
• Demonstrations in Egypt; Natural Gas Line Explosion in Massachusetts; Was Arafat Murdered?; Chances for Israel-Hamas Peace Continuing; A Stove That Makes Electricity; A Look Back At Larry Hagman's Acting Career; Thirty-Eight Days Until Fiscal Cliff; Hitting the Stores on 'Gray Thursday'; Holiday Travel for Parents
• Protests in Egypt over Morsi's Expansion of Power; Ceasefire Remains Intact in Gaza and Israel; Black Friday Brings Big Numbers to Walmart; Nine-Year-Old Creates Anti-Bullying Initiative; What's Behind the Walmart Walkouts?
• Remembering Larry Hagman; Buying the Hottest High-Tech Toys; Twelve Scams of Christmas; Hector "Macho" Camacho Declared Dead; Outrage Over Morsi's New Order Grows; Fragile Truce Holds in Gaza Conflict; School Adopts Girl's Anti-Bullying Model; Powerball Drawing Tonight; Online Versus Retail Store Battle Rages; 100 Places To Eat Like A Local: Manchester, New Hampshire
• EARLY START WEEKEND: More Unrest in Egypt; Peace Holds In Gaza Conflict; Yasser Arafat's Cause of Death; Larry Hagman Dies; Interview with 'The Other Son' Movie Producer Raphael Berdugo
• Actor Larry Hagman Dies; Former Boxer Hector Camacho Dies; Ceasefire Between Israel and Hamas Continues; Protests Continue in Egypt; Political Pundits Discuss Hamas; Small Business Devastated by Hurricane Sandy; Senator Marco Rubio Makes Controversial Statements about Science Education; Interview with Scientist Bill Nye


November 17, 2012
• Israeli Troops Massing Near Gaza; Dual Diplomacy by Washington; Petraeus Testifies on Benghazi Attack; Interview with Palestinian Legislative Council Member Mustafa Barghouti; Bakery Specializes in Doggy Treats; Petitions to Secede in All 50 States
• Israeli Air Strikes Continue in Gaza; Talks Continue on Fiscal Cliff; David Petraeus Testifies on Capitol Hill; Obama's Historic Trip to Myanmar; Debate on Causes of Benghazi Situation; The Civilian Victims of Air Strikes; Forty-Five Days until the Fiscal Cliff; Affirmative Action Ban Struck Down; Deadly Dose; 100 Places to Eat Like a Local
• Troops Amassing in Gaza Border; Interview With Israel Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon; Interview with Palestinian Legislative Council Member Abdullah Abdullah
• Tensions Continue Rise Between Israel and Hamas; Israel Launches Airstrikes at Gaza in Response to Rocket Attacks; Pundits Assess Political Consequences of Benghazi Attacks; General Petraeus Testifies Before Congress; Mitt Romney Makes Controversial Assessment of Presidential Loss; Jill Kelley Profiled; Hostess Announces Company Shutdown
• Twinkies: A Pop Culture Icon; Edging Closer to War; Gaza-Israel Conflict Escalates; Obama Begins Three-Nation Asian Tour; Why So Many Lost Power From Sandy; Helping Sandy's Furry Victims; 45 Days Until Fiscal Cliff Deadline; Israelis, Palestinians Wage Online War; Sandy Victims Struggling To Recovery
• EARLY START WEEKEND: Israel Blasts Gaza; The Week That Was; Interview with Israeli Knesset Deputy Speaker Danny Danon; Warren Buffett Talks Fiscal Cliff, Congress, and 2016 Elections; Is 'Lincoln' Accurate?


November 10, 2012


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October 06, 2012
• Jobs Report Becomes Political Football; State Department Denied Special Forces Request; More Cases of Fungal Meningitis; Debate- Watchers: Romney Won; Jobless Numbers Questioned
• Latest Jobs Numbers Debate; Focus on Indiana Manufacturing Plant Jobs; Terrorist Extradited to U.S.; The Impact of Latino Voters; Tunisians Questioned in Libyan Attack; Scottish Dialect Goes Extinct; Hugo Chavez Reelection Chances; Massachusetts Drug Lab Scandal; Reading Politicians' Body Language
• Jack Welch Amends Controversial Tweet; Unemployment Down; Interview With Ohio Republican Assistant Secretary of State Scott Borgemenke; Interview with Democrat Ohio State Senator Nina Turner
• Massachusetts Chemist Charged with Evidence Tampering; Presidential Debate Assessed; Latino Voters to Play Large Role in 2012 Election; Boy Being Bullied Caught on Tape; Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.8 Percent; Small Apartment in London Very Expensive
• Deadly Meningitis Outbreak; Get Flu Shot or You're Fired; Turkish Soldiers Returns Syrian Fire; Saving Lives in Syria; Unemployment Rate Falls To 7.8 Percent; Jobless Numbers Questioned; Space X Launch Set For Tomorrow; Mars Rover Will Try Its Scoop; Wild Card Was a Wild Game; Sleep Better, Not Always Longer; A Tough Road To Stardom; How Body Language Changed Debate
• WEEKEND EARLY START: Unemployment Rate Falls; New 'Friendly Fire' Theory in Borden Patrol Death; 300 Infected, 5 Dead in Fungal Meningitis Outbreak; Are You Getting the Best Sleep Possible?


September 29, 2012
• Call for Rice to Resign; Romney: We Can Win Pennsylvania; Battle Over ID Laws; Ahmadinejad's Farewell to the U.N.; School Bullying Backfires
• Congressman Calls For U.N. Ambassador to Resign; FDA Warns About Online Pharmacies; Upcoming Supreme Court Cases; Obama and Romney Stances on Gun Control; Attack on Czech President; Man Offers $64 Million For Suitor For His Daughter; Thirty-eight Days Until Election Day; No Bail for Anti-Islam Filmmaker; Ending Child Prostitution; The Search for Jimmy Hoffa; Schwarzenegger Opens Up in New Book
• White House Stands By Rice; Bank of American Settling Over Merrill Lynch Lawsuit; Obama and Romney's Individual Stance on the War on Drugs; The Battle Over (and in) Ohio; Interview with Ohio Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted
• Presidential Candidates Campaign; Political Analysts Examine Presidential Debates; CNN Hero Bring Education to Afghanistan's Girls; Egyptian Journalist Spray Paints Controversial Posters; NFL Referee Lockout Ends
• U.S. Officials: Libya was a Terror Attack; Ryan Stumps in Two Key States; Hong Kong Billionaire's Proposal; Regular NFL Refs Return; Bountygate Scandal Hits Pop Warner; School Bullying Backfires; Jesus Wife Artifact "A Forgery"; Transforming Lives In Far-off Lands; Israel At U.N.: Stop Iran Now; FBI Investigate Flea Market Renoir; Millions Already Casting Ballots
• Deliberate Terrorist Assault; Rep. Peter King Calls For Ambassador Susan Rice to Resign; Captured Weapons; The Candidates Plan For Health Care; Olivia Wilde on Women Empowerment in Kenya; Big Fall in Housing Market in Three Years; Movie Sparks Debate Over School Reform


September 22, 2012
• Libyans Protest Extremist Group; Romney Releases 2011 Taxes; No Smiling Allowed; Helping Colorado Shooting Victims; Closer to a Cure for Cancer; Interview with Michael Rowe
• More Details on Libyan Consulate Attack; Pro-Democracy Demonstrations in Libya; Romney 2011 Tax Return; Background on Secret Tape of Romney; Mother Confronts Bully; Senator Rubio Tweets About Flight Delay; Examining Candidates' Views on Terrorism and National Security; Truck Driver Welcomes Hitchhiker; A Killer's Bid for Clemency; Police: Georgia Teen Starved by Parents; Beach Boys Split Up; Paris Hilton Secretly Taped; Eye-to-Eye with a Cheetah
• Pakistan Protests Continue; Obama Leading in Polls; Understanding the Mitt Romney's Campaign Strategy; Mike Rowe Explains How Booze Built America
• Violence Continues in Middle East; Presidential Race Heats Up; Political Analysts Assess Presidential Candidates' Policies; Expert Analyzes U.S. Foreign Policy; Article Claims Black Clergy Wary of Voting for President; CNN's Top 10 Heroes Selected; Two Caregivers Accused of Abusing Mentally Challenged Man
• Libya Counter-Protest; Romney Releases Tax Documents; Retire FBI Agent Missing for Five Years in Iran; Missing Man's Body Found in Nebraska; Teen Locked Up for Four Years in Georgia; Closer to a Cure for Cancer; Campaigns Battle Over Medicare; Senator Rubio Tweets About Flight Delay; Emergency Landing For Romney Plane; Drone Attack Kills Three Militants; Afghanistan Surge Is Over; Plea For A Killer; Identifying Princess Doe; Apple's Mapping Software Fails To Please
• EARLY START WEEKEND: Romney Releases Tax Returns; Libyans Support for U.S.; Expectation of Privacy; Georgia Teen Starved by Parents; Examining Israel-U.S. Relationship; Eating These Foods May Lower Your Risk for Cancer


September 15, 2012
• Anti-Muslim Filmmaker Questioned; 4 Americans Killed in Libya; New Round of Federal Stimulus Announced; NYC's Super-Sized Soda Ban
• Anti-Muslim Filmmaker Questioned; Continuing Anti-American Protests Around the Globe; Libyan Attacks May Have Been Planned; Romney Response to Middle East Attacks; Romney Losing Edge in Swing States; Eastwood No Regrets; Hate Crime vs. Religious Freedom; Court to Hear Case of Jeffrey MacDonald; iPhone5 Unveiled; Four Heroes, Home Again
• Police Question Man Believed to be Behind Anti-Muslim Film; Egyptian President's Response to Film and Protests; Crossing the Red Line: Will Attacks on U.S. Embassies Lead to All-Out War;
• Anti-American Protests Continue in Middle East; Political Analysts Assess Presidential Candidates Foreign Policy Statements; Filmmaker Claims Convicted Murderer May be Innocent; Interview with Errol Morris; Man Behind Anti-Islam Video Taken into Custody; ACLU Files Suit on Behalf of KKK
• Protesters Decry U.S. in 12 Nations; Two U.S. Marines Killed in Afghanistan; Anti-Muslim Moviemaker Questioned; U.S. Investigators Expected in Libya; Progress in Chicago Teachers' Strike; What Happened at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi?; Understanding the Anti-U.S. Protests; New Book Challenges Old Murder Conviction; Students Upset Over Breastfeeding Professor; The Agenda of Michael Bloomberg
• EARLY START WEEKEND: Anti-American Protests Continue Around the World; Was the Libyan Attack on U.S. Embassy Planned?; Understanding the "Red Lines" of International Relations; Romney's Definition of Middle Income; Exploring the Nutritional Information of Fast Food Edibles


September 08, 2012


September 01, 2012


August 25, 2012


August 18, 2012


August 11, 2012


August 04, 2012


July 28, 2012


July 21, 2012


July 14, 2012


July 07, 2012
• Partnership With Afghanistan; Puerto Rico Police Force Blasted; Kids Killed By Mystery Illness; CNN Hero Zack Hudson; U.S. Economy Creates 80,000 Jobs in June; Asian-Americans May Make a Difference on Election Day; Problems in Puerto Rico
• Partnership with Afghanistan; Jobs Numbers Impact Obama Tour; Internet Blackout This Monday; Serena Williams Going for #5; Race for Congress Turns Ugly
• New Agreement With Afghanistan; Continued Heat Wave In U.S.; Libyan Election; Unknown Illness Killing Cambodian Children; Scientology and Tom Cruise; Ereaders That Collect Data On Users; Jobs Report on the Campaign Trail; Great Whites Off the Coast; Turning Trash into Gas; Peterson Murder Trial Begins This Month; "God Particle" Breakthrough
• Secretary of State Clinton Announces Afghanistan as "Non-NATO Ally"; Voters Split Over Obama and Romney; Another Scorching Day for Most of the U.S.; Malware Virus Expected to Hit on Monday; Asian- American Community Focuses on Election Day; Bullying Victim Speaks Out
• U.S. Pledges Lasting Alliance with Afghanistan; Heat Wave Hits Part of U.S.; Teens Challenge Media on Portrayal of Young Women; Activists Call for Ending Ban on Blood Donations by Gay Men; Young Voters May be Less Enthusiastic about Upcoming Presidential Election; Essence Music Festival Taking Place in New Orleans
• Burning Up & Powerless; Severe Heat Threat; Afghanistan Designated a U.S. Ally; Mysterious Illness; Scientology and Celebrity; Interview with Ringo Starr; Serena Williams Wins Wimbledon Title


June 30, 2012


June 23, 2012


June 16, 2012


June 09, 2012


June 02, 2012


May 26, 2012


May 19, 2012


May 12, 2012
• Woman Gets 20 Years For Warning Shot; Mayes' Wife Charged With Murder; Travolta Accused In Groping Case; Weekend Weather; Birds Dead In Chile and Peru; Same-Sex Marriage Timeline; CNN Hero Wanda Butts; Romney's Bullying Issue; Manhunt Ends in Death
• Missing Tennessee Girls Reunited with Father; Obama Supports Same-Sex Marriage; $2 Billion Mistake; Deadly End to the Mayes Manhunt; National Flight Academy Opens in Florida
• Polls Show Americans Divided on Same-Sex Marriage; Romney At Liberty U; More Charges In Adam Mayes Kidnapping; Bird Deaths In South America; John Edwards Trial; Romney's Pitch to Conservative Christians; Taking a Bite Out of Obesity; Waterbeds for Cows; Let Go of That Gumball
• Obama Supports Same Sex Marriage; Reaction From Maryland on Obama's Same-Sex Marriage Statement; Adam Mayes Manhunt Ends With Mayes Dead; Romney Scandal: Admits to Committing Disturbing Bullying Act During Teen Years; Interview with Indigo Girls Singer Emily Saliers
• Accused Murderer Found Dead; Interview with Author Augusten Burroughs; "TIME" Magazine Cover of Mother Breast Feeding Three-Year- Old Draws Controversy; Violence Continues in Syria; Mitt Romney Gives Commencement Speech at Evangelical University
• Finding Common Ground with Evangelicals; Obama Honors Top Cops; Kidnapped Girls Recovering; Hudson Brother-in-Law Guilty of Murder; Returning Military Veterans Struggle to Find Work; California to Vote on Ban of So-Called Reparative Therapy for Gay Children


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March 31, 2012


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February 25, 2012
• Nelson Mandela Hospitalized; Fight for Freedom in Syria; Rising Gas Prices; Three Days Until Arizona and Michigan Primaries; Doctor Makes Remote House Calls; Sneaker Fans Riot Over Nike "Galaxy"; Cosmetic Surgery for Teenagers
• Nelson Mandela Hospitalized; The Politics of Gas Prices; Airline Miles and Income Taxes
• Nelson Mandela Hospitalized; Protests Continue in Afghanistan Over Koran Burning; Continued Shelling of Syrian Civilians; Republican Primary in Michigan; South Carolina Wind Damage; Plastic Surgeon Operates on Young Daughters; App to Watch the Oscars; Google Launches a No-Track Button; Gas Prices Up Three Cents Overnight; Relax in All- Day Korean Sauna; Pick your Seatmate Before you Fly; Contraception Controversy; New App Finds Local Hot Spots
• Two Americans Killed in Kabul; Nelson Mandela Hospitalized; Newest Environmental Trend: The Dumpster Diet
• Violence Against Anti-Government Protestors in Syria Continues; Two Americans Killed in Afghanistan Amidst Rioting; Hollywood Prepares for Oscars; Fashion Designers Interviewed; CNN Hero Provides Medical Care to Those in Need; Political Analysts Look at GOP Presidential Race; Danica Patrick Survives Crash; New App Aids Visually Impaired in Using Smartphones
• Two U.S. Officers Killed; Nelson Mandela in Hospital; Last Stand before Michigan, Arizona; Crazy High Gas Prices; Storm Damage in the South; New IRS Laws Could Cost You; Airline Miles and Income Taxes; Fight for Freedom in Syria; Romney, Santorum Showdown; Danica's First Daytona; Sneaker Riots


February 18, 2012


February 11, 2012


February 04, 2012


January 28, 2012


January 21, 2012


January 14, 2012


January 07, 2012


December 31, 2011


December 24, 2011


December 17, 2011


December 10, 2011


December 03, 2011


November 26, 2011


November 19, 2011


November 12, 2011
• PSU Students Supporting Victims; Gingrich Gaining Ground; Big Winter Storm; Carrier Classic; Veteran Keeps Serving; Perry's Brain Freeze Moment; Herman Cain Damage Control; New Seven Wonders of the World; Exam Day Stops Nation Cold
• Big Game Without Paterno; Crowd at Top of GOP Presidential Field; Kidnapped MLB Player Wilson Ramos Now Free; President in Hawaii on Business; Avoiding Financial Scams
• Penn State Prepares for First Game Without Paterno; Reaction to Penn State Scandal From Obama; Interview With Penn State Student Paper Editor Dave Cole; Kidnapped Baseball Player Rescued; Japanese Veterans Reflect on World War II; Getting Kids Interested in Math and Science; Getting Young People Interested in Tech; President Launches Asia Pacific Tour; Exam Tension Hits Fever Pitch; The Future of Firefighting; African-Americans Take on Silicon Valley
• Penn State Child Abuse Scandal; Obama off to Asia-Pac; Shots Fired Near White House
• New List of Seven Wonders of the Natural World Named; Penn State to Play First Football Game without Joe Paterno in Over 40 Years; Kidnapped Major League Baseball Player in Venezuela Rescued; Political Analysts Examine GOP Presidential Field; Herman Cain Gives Speech to Young Republicans; U.S. to Host Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit; Program Teaches Vets to Play Guitar
• Penn State Football Game; Kidnapped Baseball Player Rescued; GOP Looking For Front-Runner; GOP Hopefuls To Debate In South Carolina; Stealing Your Retirement; Next Seven Wonders of the World; Major Pressure Over Pivotal Test; Carrier Classic Aboard USS Vinson; Where Spacecraft Are Born; Nixon Tapes Released; Finding the Next Steve Jobs


November 05, 2011


October 29, 2011


October 22, 2011


October 15, 2011


October 08, 2011


October 01, 2011


September 24, 2011
• NASA Satellite Hits Earth; Courting Conservatives In Florida; CNN Weather Update; Sex Strike Brings Peace In Philippines; Funding Debate May Cause Government Shutdown; Middle East Faceoff at United Nations; The End of Pine Valley
• NASA Satellite Hits Earth; GOP Candidates Competing; Ben & Jerry's Launches New Controversial Ice Cream Flavor; Lower Your Bills in 5 Easy Steps
• Government Shutdown Looming, Congress Takes Weekend Off; GOP Hopefuls Waiting on Florida Straw Poll Results; Satellite Debris Being Found; Google Honors Jim Henson; Examining Facebook's Newest Features; Sex Strike Against Violence; H.S. Athlete Stops Race to Help Rival; Berkeley Race Bake Sale; NBA Cancels Games; Ben & Jerry's 'Schweddy Balls'
• Satellite Impact Area Unknown at This Hour; Congress Takes Weekend Off as Government Shutdown Nears; President Obama to Address Congressional Black Caucus; U.S. Likely to Veto Pakistan's Pitch For Statehood Recognition From U.N.; The Debate Over Capital Punishment
• NASA Unsure Where Satellite Plummeted to Earth; Republican Presidential Candidates Speak at CPAC in Florida; Government Facing Shutdown Over Disaster Relief Funding; Palestinian Authority Asks U.N. For Statehood Recognition; Political Analysts Assess President's Foreign Policy; Interview With 'All My Children' Star Michael E. Knight; Some NBA Stars Offered Deals Overseas
• Eyeing a Partial Government Shutdown; Courting Conservatives in Florida; Palestinian Push for Statehood; Satellite Plunges to Earth; Struggling to Make Ends Meet; Lower Your Bills in Five Easy Steps; Sex Strike Brings Peace in Philippines; Satellite Plunges to Earth; Guilty Verdict in 'Millionaire Trial'; Family Deported, Then Separated; The End of 'All My Children'; Facebook's Latest Facelift


September 17, 2011
• Deadly Air Race Crash; American Hikers Held In Iran; Say Goodbye To Summer; Rugby World Cup Fever; Dr. Oz Defends Arsenic in Apple Juice Assertion; 10-Year-Old Workout Coach
• Deadly Air Race Crash; Hikers Held in Iran Expected to be Released; 'Contagion': Movie or Reality?
• Witnesses Call Reno Air Show Crashed Pilot 'Hero' For Saving Lives at Last Minute; Citibank Raising Fees on Customers Who Carry Lower Balances; Manhunt for Missing Soldier; Google Jumps Into Travel Market With New Flight Finder; Latino Vote Crucial to 2012 Elections; Indonesia's Child Smoking Dilemma; Life after Combat; Helping Hand for Vets; Mayweather-Ortiz Weigh-in Gets Physical; Serenading Hope Solo; Amy Winehouse Foundation Trying to Help Others
• Witness to Reno Air Show Crash Discusses Moment of Impact; The Case of Troy Davis; Interview With Reverend Raphael Warnock, Fighting For Release of Troy Davis; Interview with Anneliese MacPhail, Mother of Officer Mark MacPhail
• Air Show Tragedy: Three Killed in Plane Crash; Supporters of Troy Davis Proclaim His Innocence; CNN Hero Provides Health Food to Poor; Political Analysts Discuss Presidential Race; Boxer Floyd Mayweather to Fight after 16-month Hiatus; New Movie Highlights Risks of Worldwide Pandemics
• Fiery Crash Turns Reno Air Show Into Horror Show; Iran May Free Jailed Hikers Today; Convicted Killer's Clemency Plea; Life after Combat; Hispanic Political Clout Growing; Google Flight Search; Libyan Opposition Meets Resistance; The Big Cooldown; The Impact of Disasters; Cantaloupe Linked to Listeria; FDA Says Apple Juice is Safe; Security Scare Closes Air Base; Tacoma Teachers Continue Strike; The Workout Kid


September 10, 2011
• Credible and Specific, But Unconfirmed Plan for Bomb Attack on 9/11 Anniversary; Trucks Being Checked Throughout New York; Wildfire Emergency In Texas; Devastating Floods In Northeast; CNN Weather Update; CNN Hero Jeff Parness; Morning Passport: Canadian Border Towns
• 'Credible' Terror Threat for 9/11 Anniversary; Northeast Flooding Crisis Not Over Yet; Saving Money or Paying Debt?
• Three People Believed to be Part of Possible Terror Plot Against the U.S. Planned For 9/11 Anniversary; Increased Law Enforcement Presence in NYC and DC Police; Deadly Ferryboat Accident In Zanzibar; More Fighting Between Rebels and Gadhafi Loyalists; Flooding In Maryland and Pennsylvania; Georgia Jobs Program; Smartphone Apps for 9/11; Security Ramped Up; Bachmann: Obama Late on Jobs Plan; NFL Allows Patriotic Gear for 9/11 Games
• Hundreds Missing, At Least 40 Dead as Ferryboat Carrying More Than 600 Capsizes Off Tanzania; Rebels Attacking Gadhafi Stronghold of Ben Walid; New Threats Spark Increased Police And Security Presence in NYC and DC; NASA Launches GRAIL Mission; Troops in Kabul Mark 9/11 Anniversary With Heavy Emotion; GOP Presidential Hopefuls Gather for Tea Party Express Debate
• Former President Bush Lays Wreath at 9/11 Site; NASA Commences Mission to Moon; Political Strategists Debate President's Jobs Proposal; Communities in Texas Recovering from Wildfires; New York and Washington D.C. Increase Security in Response to Credible Terror Threat; Some NFL Players Wearing Patriotic Colors to Honor 9/11
• On Alert for 9/11 Weekend; Texas Declared Disaster Area; Flood Disaster in New York and Pennsylvania; Romney & Perry Lead Polls; 9/11 Memorials around the World; Rebel Fighters Attack Gadhafi Stronghold; Ferry Capsizes in Tanzania; Americans Remember 9/11; Honoring the Heroes of Flight 93; Obama Pushes Georgia Jobs Plan; Financial Advice: Better to Save Than Pay Debt


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June 04, 2011


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May 21, 2011


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May 07, 2011


April 30, 2011


April 23, 2011


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April 09, 2011


April 02, 2011


March 26, 2011


March 19, 2011
• Cease-Fire Being Ignored in Libya; Radiation Levels Up in Food; Crews Drilling Holes in Reactors to Release Pressure; Japan Dealing With Daily Quakes, Food Shortages, Lack of Shelter; Another 5.9 Quake Strikes Japan; CNN Reporter Sandra Endo Searches For Family Amid Japanese Disaster; Some Japanese Turning to Buddhism and Shinto Religions for Comfort
• Defiance from Gadhafi Government; Critical Day at Japan Plant; Japanese Still Recovering From Twin Disasters in Wake of Nuclear Crisis; President Obama to Talk Trade in Brazil; Problems With Reverse Mortgages; Recapping First Rounds of NCAA Tournament
• Defiant Gadhafi Warns World of Interference in Libyan War; Confirmed Radiation Contamination of Japan's Water, Milk, Food Supplies; President Obama in Brazil Touting Trade Policies; American Teacher Home from Japan; Japan's Emperor Urges Calm in Crisis; Red Flags That Will Get You Audited; Japan Disaster Hits U.S. Businesses, Especially Technology Sector
• Nuclear Contamination Fears Grow; Cease-Fire Being Ignored in Libya; The Risks of Radiation; Family Members Continue Search For Loved Ones in Twin-Disaster Aftermath
• Sarkozy: "We are Intervening"; French Fighter Jets Flying Over Libya; Brazil Abstained from U.N. No-Fly Zone; NBA Team Helps Build Oklahoma City
• Reports Indicate Colonel Gadhafi Violating Cease-Fire; U.N. Members Hold Emergency Meeting; French President Announces French Planes Will Soon Fly Over Libya to Protect Civilians; Japanese Continue Attempts to Contain Nuclear Disaster; Oil Prices Continue Rise


March 12, 2011
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Scope of Disaster is Massive; Explosion, Leak Reported From Damaged Nuclear Power Plant; Significant Aftershocks Continue to Hit Damaged Cities; Managing Search and Rescue Efforts on Large Scale
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Explosion Reported at Fukushima Prefecture Nuclear Plant; Rescue Efforts Underway in Sendai, City Only 18 Miles From Epicenter; U.S. Military Mobilizing in Effort to Bring Supplies, Help Injured; Examining the Medical Concerns Associated With Large Disasters
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Evacuation Zone Around Damaged Nuclear Reactors Continues to Increase; 45 Countries Pledge Support, Rescue Efforts to Help Japan; Properly Managing Large- Scale Rescue Efforts; Social Media as Lifeline; Video, Messages From Moment of Destruction
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; U.S. and World Respond With Aid; 9,500 Missing in Miyagi Prefecture; Japanese Government Continues Focus on Damaged Nuclear Plants; Was This Earthquake Predictable?
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster: Hundreds of Aftershocks Continue to Bring Devastation to Japanese Cities Already Damaged, Tsunami; Rescue Teams Rushing to Assess Damage; Nuclear Power Plant Rocked By Explosion; International Community Deploying Aid to Japan; Breaking Down the Major Challenges in Dealing with Dual Natural Disasters
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Anatomy of a Tsunami; Preventing a Nuclear Disaster; Japanese Media Reporting Three Workers Exposed to Radiation; U.S. Military Sends Help to Japan; The Search for Missing Loved Ones
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Evacuations Continue in Area Near Damaged Nuclear Plants; Rescue and Aid Operations Sending Help to Survivors; Landslides Become Newest Threat With At Least 13 People Buried Alive; Sea Water Being Used to Cool Reactors; The View From Inside a Natural Disaster
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Deadly Catastrophe in Japan; Military Deployed Unit to Stricken Nuclear Plant; Search For Missing Loved Ones in Japan; Crews Working to Cool Damaged Reactors; Japanese-Americans React to Disaster; LA Firefighters Head to Japan to Help; Social Media Plays Role in Helping Connect Earthquake Survivors; Winter Weather Adds to Japan's Woes
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; 10 Nuclear Reactors Near Quake Shut Down; The Role of Japan's Strong Building Codes; Fears of Disease Outbreaks Following Disaster; Asian-American Communities Mobilize to Send Help to Quake Victims; The Science Behind Tsunamis
• Special Coverage: Quake Tsunami Disaster; Death Toll Likely To Rise in Japan; Race To Cool Nuclear Reactor; Nuke Evacuation Area Doubles, Again; Hawaii Tsunami Aftermath; U.S. Rescue Teams Head to Japan; Food, Gas, Water Running Low; Survivors Scramble for Basic Necessities
• Fourteen Dead in Bronx Tour Bus Crash; Coverage of Earthquake & Tsunami in Japan; Nuke Meltdown Fears Rise in Japan
• Potential Radiation Exposure Poses Threat; Hawaii Damage in the Millions; Grassfire Across Oklahoma; Japanese Death Toll Expected to Rise Dramatically; Authorities Distribute Antidote for Radiation Poisoning; Wisconsin Citizens Continue Protests at Capital over Union Reform Bill


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February 26, 2011


February 19, 2011


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March 04, 2006
• President Bush Leaves Pakistan; Bomb Explodes In Downtown Baqubah; Randy "Duke" Cunningham Sentenced To Over Eight Years In Prison; Last Minute Spring Break Trips
• Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf Declares Democracy Will Prevail In His Nation; Popular Pakistani Politician Detained During Anti-Bush Protest; Anna Nicole Smith's Supreme Court Battle
• While Visiting Pakistan, Bush And Musharraf Discuss Major Issues; Hundreds Detained By Pakistani Authorities Trying To Curtail Protests Targeting President Bush; Man Released From Jail To Donate Kidney Still On The Loose; The Future Of Weather Protection For Homes; Teams Play Around The Globe In the World Baseball Classic; Arabi, Louisiana Still A Ghost Town Six Months After Hurricane Katrina; Counting Up Profanity In Movies Is A Real Job; Pentagon Funding Research To Test Brain Implants In Sharks
• President Bush Has Fun And Serious Discussions In Pakistan; Anti-American Protests In Pakistan; Bush's Stance On India's Nuclear Program Hypocritical To Some; BlackBerry Settlement Allows Service To Continue; Some Question Jon Stewart As Academy Awards Host; Randy Cunningham Gets Long Sentence For Accepting Bribes; Child Calls 911 But Doesn't Know Address; Debate That Negro League's Legacy Is Being Lost In Merchandising
• Talabani Assured U.S. Troops Will Stay In Iraq As Long As Needed; Security Tight For President Bush In Pakistan During Protests; Iditarod Race Begins; Funeral Today For College Student Who Was Raped And Killed; Arabi, Louisiana Still Virtually Untouched After Hurricane Katrina; Hollywood Beauty Secrets;


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December 01, 2001
• U.S. Marines Establish Base Near Kandahar
• U.S. Troops Secure Airfield Near Bagram
• Talks in Germany on Future Afghan Government Face Complications
• Japan's Crown Princess Delivers Baby Girl
• Around the World, Fans Mourn Loss of George Harrison
• Marines Await New Orders Near Kandahar
• U.S. Rejects Taliban Report of Shot-Down Jet
• U.N. Delegates in Germany Work Towards Interim Afghan Government
• Interview With Scott Silliman, Anne Coulter
• Traces of Anthrax Found on Envelope in Seymour, Connecticut
• Ask CNN: What is the Significance of Different Head Coverings?
• Army, Navy Square Off on Football Field
• U.S. Marines Move Close to Kandahar
• Bush Delivers Radio Address
• U.S. Marines Lie in Striking Distance of Kandahar
• Fans Honor George Harrison at Strawberry Fields
• U.S. Marines Await Orders Outside Kandahar
• Interview With Omar Samad, Susan Safi-Rafiq
• Bush, Democrats Disagree Over Economic Stimulus
• Taliban Fighters Believe Tora Bora Safe From Air Attack
• Interview With Jan Ting, Stanley Cohen
• Northern Alliance: bin Laden Not in Tora Bora
• U.S. Military Searches Southern Afghanistan for Taliban
• Interview With Jeff Gold
• Interview With Kate Roberts, Helene Gale
• Fans Mourn Death of George Harrison at Abbey Road Studios
• Northern Alliance Says bin Laden is in Southern Afghanistan
• 80 Taliban Fighters Captured in Mazar-e Sharif
• Tributes to George Harrison Continue at Strawberry Fields
• Anthrax Trace Discovered on Envelope in Connecticut
• Interview With Anthony Fauci
• Hundreds of Marines Patrol Southern Afghanistan
• Bush, Democrats Give Radio Addresses on Recession
• Interview With Andy Seiler


November 24, 2001
• Taliban Surrender in Droves in Konduz
• Northern Alliance Works Out Details of Massive Taliban Surrender
• Families of WTC Victims Struggle to Obtain Compensation
• Anthrax Investigation in Connecticut Offers No Answers
• Donations Are Down for Many Nonprofit Organizations
• Bush Expected to Highlight Domestic Agenda This Week
• Hundreds of Taliban Fighters Surrender in Konduz
• Taliban Soldiers Surrender Near Mazar-e Sharif
• Hundreds of Taliban Fighters Surrender Near Konduz
• Taliban Surrender Continues Outside Mazar-e Sharif
• Security Concerns Arise in Eastern Afghanistan
• Bush to Spotlight Domestic Issues
• No Anthrax Traces Found in Oxford, Connecticut
• Interview With Michael Wascom
• Refugee Crisis Grows in Afghanistan
• Israel Accused of Trying to Sabotage U.S. Peace Efforts
• Rockettes Kick Off 75th Anniversary Performance
• No Anthrax Found in Connecticut Woman's Home
• Anthrax Anxieties Alter Gift-Giving Season
• Renewed Violence in Middle East Leaves Seven Palestinians Dead
• Factions Fight for Power Inside Afghanistan
• Interview With Alan Silverstone
• California 2-Year-Old Sings `God Bless America'
• Taliban Surrender Near Konduz Stops as Night Falls
• Bush Delivers Radio Address
• Funeral to be Held for Anthrax Victim
• Surrender Operations Prove Confusing in Afghanistan
• Funeral for Connecticut Anthrax Victim Begins
• Taliban Suicide Bomber Kills Northern Alliance Commander
• Interview With Omar Samad
• Storm Delays Rescue of Yacht Racer
• Taliban Surrenders Baghlan
• Interview With Vera Gibbons
• Interview With Knox Richardson
• Good Deed Earns Woman Thousands


November 17, 2001
• Pashtun Leaders Hope to Solve Kandahar Crisis Peacefully
• Northern Alliance Hopes to Take Konduz
• Mohammed Atef's Role in al Qaeda
• U.S. Believes bin Laden Remains in Afghanistan
• Leahy Receives Suspicious Letter
• Families of Flight 587 Victims Mourn
• Suspicious Letter to Leahy Stirs Capitol
• Interview With Mark Akahoshi, Steve Ruda
• Tribal Leaders Attempt to Convince Taliban to Surrender Kandahar
• Interview With Gary Bowersox
• Capitol Closes Two Buildings After Discovery of Leahy Letter
• Former Afghan President Returns to Kabul
• Taliban, Northern Alliance Continue Fighting in Konduz
• Laura Bush to Deliver Radio Address
• Former Afghan President Returns to Capital
• Turmoil at Hartsfield Airport Result of Impatient Flyer
• Interview With Marc Ginsberg
• Interview With Kenneth Traub
• First Lady to Deliver National Radio Address
• Interview With Noam Neusner
• Hotel Near JFK Airport is Familiar With Airline Tragedy
• Deposed Afghan President Says Return to Kabul is for Peace Mission
• Laura Bush Delivers Radio Address
• Taliban May be Losing Grip on Kandahar
• U.S. May be Entering Difficult Phase of Battle in Afghanistan
• Interview With Hassan Al-Qwazwini
• Letter Containing Anthrax Mailed to Senator Leahy
• Political Struggle for Kandahar Continues
• U.S. Bombs Target Konduz
• Officials Investigate Source of Latest Anthrax-Laced Letter
• Interview With Noelia Rodriguez
• Women's Rights Quickly Improve After Taliban Leaves Kabul
• Interview With Roni Beavin-Lowe
• Interview With Kati Marton


November 10, 2001
• Northern Alliance Now Controls Mazar-e Sharif
• Pakistani Newspaper Reports bin Laden Possesses Nuclear Weapons
• Bush to Make First Appearance Before United Nations
• USS Enterprise Returns From Combat in Middle East
• FBI Releases Profile of Anthrax Terrorist
• Opposition's Capture of Mazar-e Sharif Could Aid U.S. War Effort
• Interview With Peter Tomsen
• Trace Amounts of Anthrax Discovered in Various Locations
• Ask CNN: What is a Material Witness?
• Challenges Faced by the INS
• Families Prepare to Welcome USS Enterprise Crew
• Northern Alliance Now Occupies Mazar-e Sharif
• Bush to Address Terrorism in Speech to U.N.
• USS Enterprise Celebrates Homecoming
• Pakistani Journalist Reports Interview With bin Laden
• Bush Expected to Deliver Frank Speech to U.N.
• Enthusiastic Crowd Greets Return of USS Enterprise
• What is the Significance of Opposition Control of Mazar-e Sharif?
• Families Eagerly Await USS Enterprise Homecoming
• Bush Asks for More National Guards Troops at Airports
• Bush to Seek Support for War Against Terrorism at U.N.
• USS Enterprise Crew Arrives Home
• Details Involving Opposition Capture of Mazar-e Sharif are Scarce
• Patriotism Brings in Bucks for Retailers
• Northern Alliance Works to Consolidate Hold on Mazar-e Sharif
• Northern Alliance Now Poised to Strike Kabul
• Bush: `Time for Action' Against Terrorism
• Pakistan May Look for Increased U.S. Support
• Four More New Jersey Postal Facilities Test Positive for Anthrax
• Interview With Swanee Hunt, Rina Amiri, Terry Greenblatt
• USS Enterprise Homecoming Nears End
• Naval Officers Communicate With Families Via Videoconference
• Interview With Marian Fontana


November 03, 2001
• Four U.S. Troops Treated for Injuries in Helicopter Incident
• Taliban Reports Shooting Down U.S. Helicopter
• U.S. Bombers Pummel Taliban Front Lines
• Al Qaeda Tunnels Could Make U.S. Attacks More Difficult
• Two `Agency' Episodes May Not Air Due to Terrorism References
• Taliban Claims to Have Shot Down U.S. Reconnaissance Plane
• Plans to Cut Back Recovery Crew at Ground Zero Causes Controversy
• Bush Begins Weekend With Security Council Teleconference
• Kathy Nguyen Dies of Anthrax Infection
• Some Pakistanis Feel Refugees Hinder Business in Quetta
• U.S. Bombing Continues Along Taliban Front Lines
• Taliban Forces Report High Morale
• New York City Firefighters Clashed With Police Officers
• Interview With Margaret Popper
• President Wraps Up National Security Meeting
• Arab Nations Have Been at War During Ramadan in the Past
• Californians Cope With Bridge-Crossing Anxiety
• Interview With James Traub
• Northern Alliance Reports Capturing Land Near Mazar-e Sharif
• Bush Discusses Anthrax in Radio Address
• New York Firefighters Protest Ground Zero Policies
• Interview With Shawn Gold
• Northern Alliance Says U.S. Strikes on Taliban are Effective
• Rumsfeld Works to Strengthen Coalitions in Central Asia, Russia
• Bush Discusses Anthrax in Radio Address
• Some Worry About Ground Zero's Impact on New Yorkers' Health
• Interview With Judith Haynes
• Interview With Marc Miller, Jason File
• Ask CNN: What are the Symptoms of Skin Anthrax?


October 27, 2001
• U.S. Criticized for Bombing Mistakes
• Abdul Haq's Death May Hinder Efforts to Replace Taliban
• Life Continues in Afghanistan
• More Traces of Anthrax Found in House Office Building
• CDC Decides to Inoculate Persons at High Risk for Anthrax Exposure
• Many Americans are Fearful of Further Terrorist Attacks
• More Anthrax Traces Found on Capitol Hill
• How Anthrax Can Become a Weapon of War
• Interview With Norman Proulx
• Anti-Taliban Leader Executed in Afghanistan
• Kandahar, Afghanistan Regains Semblance of Normality Amid Bombings
• Bush Ends Difficult Week
• How Much Information on Terrorism, War is Too Much?
• Traces of Anthrax Found in Longworth House Office Building
• Postal Workers Union Demands Shut-Down of Processing Center
• U.S. Fighters Focus Bombing on Kabul
• Tourism in Egypt Impacted by Terrorism in U.S.
• Bush Begins Weekend at Camp David
• Lockheed Martin Lands Huge Fighter Jet Contract
• U.S. Military Criticized for Bombing Errors
• Britain Commits More Forces to War in Afghanistan
• Interview With Andy Seiler, Michael Brody
• Interview With Daniel Sieberg
• Ask CNN: What is the Taliban?
• Anthrax Traces Found in House Office Building
• Bush Delivers Radio Address
• Interview With Kurt Lohbeck
• Interview With Ray Ippolito, Jeff Allen
• What Would Have Happened if Terrorists Had Hit the Capitol?
• Interview With Lalit Mansingh
• Postal Employees Show Concern for Safety
• Postal Workers Union Demands Facility Shut-Down for Anthrax Testing
• Interview With Maleeha Lodhi
• Interview With Rosemarie O'Keefe
• Bush Urges Passage of House Airport Security Bill
• Interview With Tokey Hill
• What Makes Taliban Forces Tough?


October 20, 2001
• Bombings Resume in Afghanistan
• Special Forces Troops Reportedly Strike Near Kandahar
• Afghans Continue to Flee Country
• Two U.S. Military Personnel Die in Helicopter Crash
• Investigators Attempt to Discover Origin of Anthrax Letters
• Bush to Cut Trip to Asia-Pacific Short
• Bush Promotes Fight Against Terrorism in Asia
• Two U.S. Service Members Die in Helicopter Accident
• Bomb Explodes Without Incident at Islamabad Airport
• Interview With John Carroll
• Ground Forces Included in Attacks on Afghanistan
• Military Action Damages Sites Near Kandahar
• Taliban, Northern Alliance Forces Clash
• Bush Works to Strengthen Coalition in China
• Interview With Marc Ginsberg
• Bomb Explodes Safely Near Islamabad Airport
• Investigators in New Jersey Seek Origin of Anthrax-Laced Letters
• The Unique Abilities of U.S. Special Forces
• Environmental Cleanup Agencies Aid in Bioterrorism Detection
• How Concerned Should Americans be About Bioterrorism?
• Technology That Makes War Livable
• Two Anthrax Infections Confirmed Friday
• Refugees Cross Afghanistan-Pakistan Border
• Bioterrorism Causes Unique Problems
• Manhunt for bin Laden Problematized by His Intense Security
• Ask CNN: How Has U.S. Managed Past Terrorism Issues?
• U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator Addresses Afghan Relief Efforts
• Interview With Jack Shroder
• Interview With Suraya Sadeed
• Bush Pushes Coalition-Building Agenda at Economic Conference
• Special Operations Troops Attacked Site in Kandahar Friday
• Eyewitnesses Report Helicopters Over Kandahar Friday
• Southwest Airlines Maintains Full Schedule
• U.S. Performed Raid in Kandahar Friday Night
• Bush Administration Considers Visit to China a Success
• Interview With Ken Lieberthal
• Northern Alliance Loses Ground to Taliban
• Anthrax-Seeking Officials Retraces Steps of Letter Carrier
• U.S. Acknowledges Ground Strikes in Afghanistan
• Interview With Paul Heslop


October 13, 2001
• NBC Tightens Security After Worker is Exposed to Anthrax
• Anthrax Anxieties Sweep Media Outlets
• U.S. Resumes Bombing Raids in Afghanistan
• Interview With James Rubin
• New York Tourists Not Deterred by NBC Newsroom Anthrax Discovery
• Bush to Confer With National Security Team
• How Can Pathogens be Obtained?
• Intense Bombings Resume in Afghanistan
• NBC Employee Exposed to Anthrax Expected to Make Full Recovery
• Interview With Jeanne Guillemin
• Weaponry the U.S. May Employ in Afghanistan
• Interview With William Nash
• Roundtable Discussion of Relief Efforts in Afghan Region
• Ask CNN: Where to Get Information on Becoming an Air Marshal
• Some Inner City Residents are Anxious About Terrorism
• Interview With Ruth Davis
• War Planes Resume Strikes in Kandahar
• The Navy's Role in Afghan Strikes
• Bush Monitors Developments at Home, Overseas
• Taliban Rejects Second Offer to Turn Over bin Laden
• Northern Alliance Prepares for Ground Offensive
• Interview With Ali Ahmad Jalali
• Interview With Richard Spertzel
• Airlines Become Increasingly Security-Conscious
• An Overview of the Area Surrounding Afghanistan
• U.S. Air Strikes Target Airport Near Kandahar
• Interview With Ron Brownstein
• Helping Children Cope With Crisis
• Anthrax Cases Continue to Puzzle the Public
• U.S. Bombardment Causes Many Afghans to Flee Homes
• A View of the Military Technology at America's Disposal
• Interview With Hisham Melhem
• U.S. Navy Accidentally Bombs Civilian Area in Afghanistan


October 06, 2001
• Humanitarian Crisis Builds in Northern Afghanistan
• How Much Does U.S. Military Know About Afghan Military Targets?
• Taliban Reports Firing Antiaircraft Guns at Suspicious Plane Over Kabul
• U.S. Law Enforcement Picks Up Suspicious Activities Among Terror Cell Members
• NATO Says Attack on U.S. Is an Attack on All
• Israel and the U.S. Involved in a Public Spat
• Man Dies of Anthrax in Florida
• Giuliani Invites Hundreds of Oregon Residents to Visit New York
• Publisher of "U.S. News and World Report" Discusses Economy
• The Healing Process Begins
• A Look at Afghanistan's Neighbors
• U.S. Gets Ready to Deliver Food Into Afghanistan
• Middle East Expert Discusses the War on Terrorism
• Law Enforcement Warns Other Strikes Are Likely
• Members of Various Regional Chambers of Commerce Discuss Local Economies
• National Guardsmen Prepare to Secure the Nation's Airports
• Health Officials Continue Retracing Steps of Anthrax Victim
• Pentagon and White House Officials Refuse to Comment on Reported Anti-Aircraft Fire Over Kabul
• Richard Armitage Discusses Coalition Building
• Did a Lapse in U.S. Intelligence Gathering Contribute to September 11 Attacks?
• Taliban Says It Fired on Aircraft Over Kabul
• Washington Neither Confirms Nor Denies Taliban Fired at a U.S. Plane Over Kabul
• Christian Aid Workers on Trial in Afghanistan Might be Released
• Is New York City Going to Remain America's Economic Capital?
• Officials Say No Sign of Terrorism in the Anthrax Death in Florida
• Paul Pressler Discusses The Impact of Terrorist Attacks on Theme Park Industry
• Barry Bonds Hits 72nd Home-Run of the Season
• Drone Flies Over Kabul, Afghanistan
• Pentagon Refuses Comment on Possible Drone Flight Over Kabul
• Northern Alliance Has Struggled Continuously Against Taliban


September 30, 2001


September 29, 2001
• Unsubstantiated Reports Indicate U.S. Commandos Captured
• Afghan Refugee Crisis Builds in Pakistan
• Taliban Trial of Aid Workers to Resume Today
• Technology Aids in Rescue Operations
• WTC Ruins May Take a Year to Clean Up
• Pentagon Denies Reports That U.S. Forces Have Been Captured
• 100 Congresspersons to Visit WTC Site
• Pentagon, Taliban Deny Reports of U.S. Special Forces Capture
• Airline Passengers Should Expect Long Waits
• The Difficulty of Uncovering bin Laden
• Background Into Afghani History
• Life Continues for College Freshman in Colorado
• U.N. Moves Aid Shipments Toward Afghanistan
• Report of Captured Americans Questioned on Several Fronts
• Bush Holds Teleconference Security Meetings at Camp David
• At Airports, Lines Increase in Pace With Security
• President Bush Gets Ready to Deliver Weekly Radio Address
• Pentagon Denies Reports of Capture of American Special Forces Team in Afghanistan
• U.N. Aid Convoy Moves Toward Northern Afghanistan
• A Look at Osama bin Laden's Right-Hand Man
• U.N. Trucks of Humanitarian Aid Make Their Way Into Afghanistan
• World Food Program Hopes to Aid Afghans
• Robots Help Recovery Efforts at WTC Site
• CNN Correspondent Recounts Difficult Journey Into Afghanistan
• D.C. Mayor Discusses Security Implications for the Nation's Capital
• War on Terrorism Requires Precise Military Planning
• Terrorist Attacks Cause a Shift in Entertainment Climate
• National Guard to Play a Role Securing the Airports
• How Is the U.S. Seen in the Arab World?
• Relationship Between Media and Military Undergoes a Change


September 22, 2001
• International Perspective on Terrorist Attacks
• Second Troops Deployment Order in the Works
• Taliban Reports Spy Plane Shot Down
• Turkey to Allow U.S. to Use Air Bases
• Turkey Stands Behind U.S.
• The Importance of U.S. Special Operations Personnel
• Number of Missing Persons in New York Rises to 6,333
• Bush Agenda Has Changes Drastically
• Bush Plots Strategy at Camp David
• Authorities Continue Clearing Rubble in New York
• What May be in Store for Combatants in Afghanistan
• Americans Faced With Post-Terrorism Fears
• America's New War: Continuing Developments
• Attempting to Report in Taliban Territory
• The Unfortunate Backlash in Terrorism's Wake
• Search for Suspects Extends Beyond U.S. Borders
• Attacks to Cost Insurance More Than Companies $20 Billion
• The Aftermath of September 11
• Celebrities Hold Tribute Telethon
• `Ground Zero' has Become, Simply, `The Ruins'
• Conflicting Reports Surface in Supposed Spy Plane Shoot-Down
• Investigators Attempt to Understand al Qaeda
• U.S. Armed Forces Continue Their Preparations
• Protests Against Supporting the United States Continue in Pakistan
• Largest Investigation in U.S. History Continues
• Grueling Effort Continues in Lower Manhattan
• U.N. Starts a Massive Relief Effort for Fleeing Afghans
• Young Americans Help Out in Relief Efforts
• Concern Grows for Aid Workers Detained by Taliban
• Relief Operation Underway for Afghan Refugees
• Celebrities Hold Fund-Raiser for Terrorism Victims


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September 15, 2001
• U.S. Calls for Further Heightening of Security
• Firefighters Cope With Tragic Losses
• Firefighter Discusses Role in Terrorist Response
• U.S. Continues Planning Response to Terrorism
• Bush Inspects Damage in New York City
• Some WTC Victims Contacted Loved Ones Before Building Collapsed
• Efforts to Clear Rubble in New York City Continue
• U.S. Leaders Weight Options
• The Various Fronts of the War on America
• New Yorkers Search for Survivors
• America's New War: Bush Ponders Military Response
• Investigations Proceed With Increasing Urgency
• U.S. Continues Global Investigation
• How Can Acts of Terrorism be Reconciled?
• People Show Support for U.S.
• Taliban Reacts to Attack on America
• America's New War: One Survivor's Story
• America's New War: Volunteers Gather in New York
• America's New War: New York Fire Department Buries Its Chaplain
• America's New War: President Seeks Cooperation of States Neighboring Afghanistan
• Tracking Down Osama bin Laden
• One of the Lives Taken by Flight 11
• America's New War: How it Began
• People Mesmerized by Terrorist Incident
• America's New War: Continuing to Pick up the Pieces
• Husband of WTC Victim Hopes for His Return
• Congressman Reynolds Addresses WTC Attacks
• America's New War: Terrorism Expert Offers His Insights
• America's New War: Families of WTC Victims Cope With the Loss
• America's New War: NYC Authorities Say Volunteers Are Not Needed
• America's New War: Airlines Passengers Fear for Their Safety
• America's New War: Families Missing Loved Ones Follow Every Lead
• America's New War: Terrorism Expert Discusses Osama bin Laden
• America's New War: FBI Identifies Two Potential Hijackers
• Manhattan Students Recount Horror of Watching Attack
• Families of Missing Persons Keep up Hope
• America's New War: Looking for Loved Ones
• Spirit of America: Reactions in Des Moines


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November 18, 2000
• Frank Cerabino Discusses the Florida Recount
• Party Observers Offer Different Takes on Fairness of Recount
• Does the Florida Recount Cast Doubt on the System?
• What's Next Legal Move in Presidential Recount?
• Election 2000: Bush and Gore Camps Watch and Wait
• Election 2000: Broward County Resumes Recount; Campaigns Focus Their Attention on Florida Supreme Court
• Absentee Ballots Become Latest Subject of Controversy
• Americans Take Leadership Vacuum in Stride
• Candidates Keep Low Profile as Count Continues
• Richard D. Freer Discusses the Bush Campaign's Legal Setbacks
• Roger Stone and Peter Fenn Discuss the Florida Recount
• Hand Recounts Could Continue Through Thanksgiving
• Bush Gains Ground in Absentee Ballots
• Journalists Evicted as Football Takes Over Florida
• C. Boyden Gray Discusses the Florida Recount
• What Do New Yorkers Think of Campaign 2000?
• What Do Americans Think of the Legal Twists of Campaign 2000?
• Doug Hattaway Discusses the Gore Campaign's Legal Filing
• Hand Counts, Court Actions Continue in Florida
• Harold Evans Puts Historical Perspective on the Florida Recount
• What Do Americans Think of Recount 2000?
• Candidates Prepare to Submit Court Filings
• Hand Recounts Continue in South Florida
• Clinton Examines Legacy of Vietnam War
• Carter Eskew: Process is 'Fatally Flawed'
• Are Overseas Ballots from Military Personnel Being Arbitrarily Disqualified?
• Bush Camp Puts on Brave Face After Legal Defeats
• New Flap Arises Over Overseas Absentee Ballots


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