NPR News Special: Hour Two — Assessment of U.S. Strikes on Afghanistan


Guests:

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld & General Richard Meyers Press Conference From the Pentagon

(Retired) Major General Mike Davidson
*Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for three years during the first Bush and the Clinton adminstrations and had significant responsibility for homeland security

Attorney General John Ashcroft Briefing From the Justice Department

With the U.S. and British air strikes on Afghanistan, the war on terrorism has entered a new phase. More military action is expected. In this country, fear of a possible terrorist response has placed local, federal and state law enforcement authorities on a state of high alert. Join Neal Conan for the latest news, live briefings, and updates from reporters and analysts around the world.

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