President George W. Bush walks with Counselor to the President Karen Hughes, Senior Advisor Karl Rove and Deputy Chief of Staff Joe Hagin (L) after returning from a Chicago trip September 27, 2001 in Washington, D.C.
In this photo distributed by the Israeli Defense Forces, an Israeli soldier passes a martyr poster for Palestinian woman suicide bomber Hiba Darahmeh during searches for wanted Palestinian militants May 29, 2003 in the West Bank Palestinian town of Jenin. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is due to host this evening his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas for their second meeting in recent weeks.
US Airways jets taxi at Washington National Airport August 6, 2001 in Washington, DC. US Airways announced May 29, 2003 that it will sell gourmet deli-style meals onboard on all domestic flights that are more than two hours this summer. First Class will still receive complimentary meals and flights to the Caribbean and Europe will get the usual meal service.
A new iPod is seen on display at Apple's new iTunes Music Store May 8, 2003 inside the Apple Store in Emeryville, California. Since the launch of Apple's online music store, customers have downloaded over one million songs for 99 cents per song. News reports said May 29, 2003 that a month after the launch of the iTunes Music Store, Apple had to update its desktop software to stop sharing of songs as programmers figured out how to stream the songs on local networks over the Internet.
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks to approximately 8,000 U.S. sailors at the Naval Station Mayport February 13, 2003 in Jacksonville, Florida. President Bush stated that the U.S. is prepared to win a war with Iraq, should it occur, while urging the United Nations Security Council to enforce demands that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein disarm.
U.S. President George W. Bush holds a baby at the Naval Station Mayport February 13, 2003 after his speech to sailors and military personnel in Jacksonville, Florida. President Bush stated that the U.S. is prepared to win a war with Iraq, should it occur, while urging the United Nations Security Council to enforce demands that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein disarm.
Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, President George W. Bush and wife Laura Bush, President George Bush and wife Barbara, Presdient Bill Clinton, his wife, New York Senator Hillary Clinton, and daughter Chelsea take part in a memorial service September 20, 2001 for victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Former President Jimmy Carter with wife Rosalyn, President Gerald Ford with wife Betty, and Al Gore with wife Tipper (third row) also attended the service.
President George W. Bush and Cardinal-Designate McCarrick speak (R) January 21, 2001 in Washington, D.C. A rabbi, a Greek Orthodox priest, a Catholic cardinal-to-be and Protestant ministers prayed for President George W. Bush and his new administration Sunday morning at an inaugural prayer service.