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Videos: Sept. 23 - 29, 2001

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CBS News' Eric Engberg reports on 'Special Operation' forces in hot pursuit of Osama Bin Laden.
CBS News' Tom Fenton reports on the latest arrests made in the terror attacks investigation.
CBS News' Bill Whitaker reports on President Bush's war declared on Osama Bin Laden's money.
Among the new leads in the investigation is a chilling note found in three locations.
Taliban rulers seem increasingly convinced they can ignore demands they turn over bin Laden.
CBS News' David Martin reports on what the military says are the hard facts on Afghanistan operations.
Progress in trying to track down terrorists behind the attack came from a London arrest.
Besides the financial losses businesses have suffered, they also lost their sense of security.
CBS News Correspondent Mark Phillips reports on Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian pilot, who may have trained the terrorists that attacked the World Trade Center.
CBS News Correspondent John Frankel speaks with New Yorkers about the possibility of rebuilding the World Trade Center.
CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports on the latest moves by the Taliban.
Pictures of the 19 hijackers show they could have blended into a crowd, says Jim Stewart.
As the buildup continues, David Martin reports the president is using caution with military forces.
CBS News' Wyatt Andrews reports officials are checking vehicles carrying hazardous materials.
Mark Phillips reports on the international investigation into terrorism.
Attorney General John Ashcroft releases photographs of the 19 suspected hijackers.
CBS News Correspondent Bob Orr reports on President Bush's security plan for safer air travel.
CBS Early Show Co-Anchor Bryant Gumbel speaks with Rev. Jesse Jackson about his possible trip to Afghanistan on a peace delegation to negotiate with the Taliban.
CBS News Correspondent Bob Orr reports on air travel safety.
CBS News Correspondent Hattie Kauffman reports on breaches of airport security.
Sharyl Attkisson reports that millions of dollars may have been made from insider trading connected to the attacks.
CBS News' Bob Orr reports on President Bush's airport security proposal.
U.S. intelligence analysts believe bin Laden is still in Afghanistan, reports David Martin.
CBS News' Richard Roth reports on the recent anti-U.S. protest in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Jim Stewart says some leads in the investigation may be dead ends.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports on President Bush's focus on anti-terrorist laws.
CBS News Correspondent Allen Pizzey reports on the Taliban's efforts to resist an U.S. invasion in Afghanistan.
CBS News Correspondent David Martin reports on the U.S. military's plan to damage Osama bin Laden's network of terror.
CBS News Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports on fighting in Afghanistan between the Taliban and the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports on President Bush's visit to FBI headquarters.
CBS News' David Martin reports the U.S. military buildup may not result in a massive strike.
Some of the hijackers may not have known they were on a suicide mission, reports Jim Stewart.
Allen Pizzey has uncovered evidence of a secret meeting between the U.S. and the Taliban.
Richard Roth says thousands are fleeing Afghanistan as Saudi Arabia cuts off ties.
The FBI has dismissed a witnes warrant against a Texas doctor, reports Dan Rather.
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports on the rebel alliance's effort to bring down the Taliban.
CBS News Correspondent Maureen Maher reports on the recent changes in air travel.
CBS News Correspondent Bob Orr reports on pilots' requests to have loaded guns in the cockpits.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports on President Bush's effort to establish an international coalition in support of the war on terrorism.
CBS News Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports on the efforts of the Northern Alliance to defeat the Taliban in Afghanistan.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports on American public opinion towards President Bush's war on terrorism in the Middle East.
CBS News Correspondent Jon Frankel reports on the possibility of terrorist attacks on nuclear power plants.
CBS News' David Martin reports nobody expects to win the war on terrorism from the air.
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from near the front lines, inside Afghanistan.
CBS News Business Correspondent Anthony Mason reports investors snapped up stock bargains.
CBS News' John Roberts reports on plans to cut the terrorists off from at least some of their money supply.
One hijacker named by the FBI made attempts to learn more about crop dusters, Bobbi Harley reports.
Bob Orr reports airline pilots are now proposing a new cockpit security measure – loaded guns.
CBS News' Vince Gonzales reports on the possible financial link between Osama bin Laden and Islamic charities.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports on U.S. military buildup in the Middle East.
CBS News Correspondent Richard Roth reports on Taliban's denial that it knows where Osama bin Laden is.
CBS Early Show Co-Anchor Bryant Gumbel speaks with journalist Robert Kaplan about the ruling Taliban government in Afghanistan.
CBS News Correspondent Richard Roth speaks with General Gul, former head of Pakistani intelligence, about a potential American attack on Afghanistan.
CBS News Correspondent Julie Chen reports on citizens across the country stockpiling gas masks.

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