Dow dives 685 points
NEW YORK -- Reopening for the first time since last Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the stock market plunged a record 684.81 points Monday despite efforts to prop up the market.
Bush warns of military casualties
WASHINGTON -- President Bush warned the nation Monday to prepare for military casualties in the coming war against terrorism and, in his bluntest language since last week's attacks, said he wants Osama bin Laden brought to justice "dead or alive."
Taliban puts off action on bin Laden
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Afghanistan's Taliban government rebuffed a demand Monday by Pakistan that it immediately and unconditionally surrender Osama bin Laden to the United States to head off a military showdown. But it set a high-level meeting for today to make a final decision.
Violence against American Muslims on rise after attacks
WASHINGTON -- Even as President Bush visited a local mosque in a plea for tolerance toward Arab-Americans, officials reported an alarming surge Monday in violence and possible hate crimes against Muslims in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks.
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