Table of Contents

Cover Story

Enemy within

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | Terrorist activities have left no doubt that dangerous foreign nationals live and operate on U.S. soil. What should (and can) the government do about it?

In this issue: "Homeland insecurity," Nov. 10, 2001

Features

Still paying the price?

International | AFGHANISTAN: Since the king in '73 bowed to Islamic radicals, that country has never been the same

Sunday-morning jihad

By Mindy Belz

International | As the United States takes the anti-terror war to Afghanistan, militants take their war to Pakistan's Christians

Search and deploy

By Chris Stamper

National | The government develops a new chemical weapons detector, and new ways to spy on bad guys

Pharmaceutical platoon

By Lynn Vincent

National | Drug firms join the terrorism fight, AOL Time Warner bows to China, Dell takes low-price computing lower

The strain of influenza

By Chris Stamper

National | Hospitals brace for flu season, the FDA battles outlaw Cipro, and the military studies strategic caffeine

No budges on judges

By Tim Graham

National | Or education, for that matter: Whatever happened to bipartisanship in the nation's capital?

Dispatches

Quotables

I actually don't have an opinion on that, and it's important I not have an opinion on that. ABC News president David Westin, in response to a student's…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

YANKEE DOODLE GAGGED: College administrators like to think of themselves as champions of free speech-unless, it seems, that speech is patriotic. Columnist…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

The Buzz

By The Editors

WHITE HOUSE AIDS CZAR WANDERS WAY OFF THE RESERVATION Needling the boss As White House aides underline the need for the Senate to confirm their drug czar…

Columnists

The inside track

By Joel Belz

Overstating the truth is dangerous-so is denying it

Perseverance pays

By Andrée Seu

Taking the wisdom of Woody to a new level

Mailbag

Comforting As the wife of a sailor on the USS Enterprise, I wanted to thank you for your informative article, "A patient nation" (Oct. 13). The story was what…

Bottling up evil

By Marvin Olasky

Smallpox was "eradicated," but a mortal enemy lurks

Culture

When nice is a vice

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Without the proper foundation, niceness can conflict with virtues

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