Pakistan sees evidence of bin Laden connection
The Taliban have called on Muslims worldwide to come to their defense against the U.S., as Washington seeks support from Islamabad. CTV's Matt McClure reports.
Fortress North America?
The calls keep coming for Canada to tighten security along its U.S. border. As CTV's Roger Smith reports, harmonized immigration laws and common border controls may be on the way.
Stimulating the economy
With job losses soaring and the economy sliding, U.S. President George Bush has launched an effort to turn things around. CTV's David Akin has the details, and Ottawa's response.
Bus attack isolated incident
Federal authorities in the U.S. have ruled out terrorism in a fatal bus attack near Nashville, Tenn. But as CTV's Rosemary Thompson reports, Americans are on edge.
Cdn. troops may fill in for U.S. in Balkans
CTV's Jim Munson reports has the latest from Ottawa on the sagging economy and the role Canada's military may play in the wake of last month's terror attacks.
Canada AM: The Northern Alliance
'Fire' author Sebastien Junger describes his experience with Afghanistan rebel group the Northern Alliance prior to the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S
Canada AM: The money trail
Forensic accountant Robert Chambers explains the significance of the FBI investigation into the terrorists' money trail.
Canada AM: Canada tightens security
Solicitor General Lawrence MacAulay describes new security initiatives in Canada following his meeting with U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld
Flight Attendants' press conference
As the fight to stabilize the airline industry heats up, a delegation of flight attendants and CUPE leaders were in Ottawa Wednesday, pressing for strong federal action.