- Making News: Pakistan Upset that US Leaked Arrest of Naeem Noor Khan
US officials justified raising last week's terror alert in New York and Washington by revealing Pakistan-s capture of Naeem Noor Khan, a computer expert with ties to Osama bin Laden. Now, authorities in Lahore complain that leaking that information has disrupted their efforts to track down al Qaeda operatives all over the world. Najam Sethi, contributor to Britain's Economist and editor of Pakistan's Friday Times, elaborates.
- Reporter's Notebook: 30th Anniversary of Nixon Resignation
On August 9, 1974, Richard Nixon became the first president in American history to resign from office. It-s often said that Watergate destroyed the -imperial presidency,- strengthened the Congress and made the media a more powerful institution. But Stephen Hess, who served on the White House staffs of Presidents Eisenhower and Nixon and was an advisor to Presidents Ford and Carter, has a contrary view.
NPR feature on the Shrine of Ali
UN Security Council Resolution 1546 on Iraq
Poll by the Coalition Provisional Authority on public opinion in Iraq
Oxford International Research's Iraq surveys (includes Kurdish areas)
Richard Nixon Presidential Library
Tom Wicker's One of Us: Richard Nixon and the American Dream
Bob Woodward's Shadow: Five Presidents and the Legacy of Watergate