The Manhunt Goes Global

From Tony Blair and others, the U.S. is getting help in making the case against bin Laden

Back when the U.S. fought wars abroad and crime at home--back when there was a difference between the two--it didn't matter if the CIA and the FBI hated each other. Or if the Pentagon had little interest in what New York City police were doing. Or if U.S. cops had no idea what their colleagues in France or Germany were up to. But in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, all of them are working together as never before. Lawyers may debate whether to label the culprits from that day as conspirators in a crime or as soldiers in a...

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