- Newsmaker: Bush Calls for Air Marshalls on Each Flight - At Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, President Bush today urged Americans to "get on an airplane." He then proposed a 500 million dollar fund to fortify cockpit doors, and station federal marshals aboard many commercial airplanes. Mary Lou Pickel is National transportation writer for The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
- Reporter's Notebook: Berlusconi's Remarks About the West vs. Islam - Italy's Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, told reporters that Western civilization is superior to the Islamic world. The Arab League denounced him for suggesting the war on terrorism is a war against Islam. Beppe Severgnini is a columnist for Corriere Della Serra, and Italian correspondent for The Economist.
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