- Newsmaker: Pakistan Denies Advising US to Take Out Taliban Leader - As Secretary of State Colin Powell arrived in Pakistan today, anti-US forces were calling for a general strike and a fragile ten-month truce with India had just been broken. Jack Kelley, of USA Today, was in Islamabad to interviewed Pakistani President Musharraf. Kelly says that Musharraf "shot from the hip and from the heart,"
- Reporter's Notebook: Americans Can Deal with the Trauma of September 11 - Since September 11, mental health care workers have offered support to a traumatized nation that's feeling a new sense of vulnerability. But even in New York City, there are reports that children are resisting crisis counseling in favor of their studies. Psychiatrist Sally Satel cautions that counseling may actually exacerbate the trauma.
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