War in Iraq: View from Streets of Nation's Capital

A visitor to Washington, D.C., could be excused for thinking that they're in a city under siege. Heavily armed police patrol Capitol Hill, the White House and the monuments. Military planes fly overhead, and there is tension in the air with almost daily anti-war protests and the threat of a terrorist attack. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.



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