See No Terror, Hear No Terror

Friday, April 22, 2005


The State Department has abruptly stopped publishing its annual report on international terrorism. The move follows news that the number of terrorist attacks in 2004 represented a 20-year high. U.S. officials say the report's methodology needs retooling. But others accuse the State Department of squelching information that contradicts the President's message about progress in the so-called War on Terror. Bob talks to Knight Ridder's Jonathan Landay, who broke the story.

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