- Newsmaker: Airline Bailout Package - Congress and the Bush White House want to help the airline industry recover from last week's tragedy. But The Wall Street Journal's Jim Vandehei says they want proof that the bailout relates to last week's terrorism rather than mismanagement. He also talks about a proposed 181-plus billion-dollar rescue and security package.
- Reporter's Notebook: What if Osama bin Laden Isn't There? The US has demanded that Afghanistan turn over Osama bin Laden. The Taliban says it might ask him to leave the country on his own, a solution the US finds unacceptable. Peter Grier, of The Christian Science Monitor, finds their "least-of-several-evils" approach unsurprising, and questions what the US might do in the face of that decision.
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