Blair and Bush Meet to Discuss Postwar Plans
British Prime Minister Tony Blair meets with President Bush at Camp David today to discuss the war with Iraq and its aftermath.
Paratroopers Arrive in Northern Iraq
The latest from Northern Iraq, where the U.S. invasion of the region has begun with Army paratroopers landing in Kurdish-controlled territory.
Neighboring States: Iran
We examine the role that Iraq's neighbor to the east--Iran--is playing in the U.S.-led effort to topple Saddam Hussein.
Toughest Battle Will be for Baghdad
Retired Special Forces Colonel Kalev Sepp and Ralph Peters, author of "Beyond Terror: Strategy in a Changing World," discuss the myriad challenges U.S. forces will face once they begin the fight for control of Baghdad.
Researchers May Have Discovered Deadly Virus
Researchers in Hong Kong say they've found an easily transmitted virus they believe is the primary cause of the mysterious respiratory illness SARS.
Friends Colleagues Remember Moynihan as Statesman and Senator
Former Democratic Senator, ambassador, and Presidential adviser Daniel Patrick Moynihan died yesterday at the age of 76. Moynihan received the nation's highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in 2000.
We listen to letters and comments from our audience.
Invasion of Lawyers
When U.S. soldiers begin the fight for Baghdad they'll be accompanied by lawyers. We find out why legal expertise will be needed as part of the critical operation.
American Army and American Muslims
We speak with a U.S. soldier who is Muslim about the recent incident in which a Muslim soldier attacked fellow troops with a grenade in Kuwait.
Today's News Wrap-Up: March 27, 2003
A wrap-up of the day's developments.
This program aired on March 27, 2003.