Event Date(s): 05/06/2002 | Description: 13:00:00 MSNBC Live: America at War anchored by Chris Jansing. 12:59:44 Jansing voices over wide shot of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon debarking a plane in Washington, DC on 2002-05-05. Tilt down shot of an Israeli tank parked in a street in Bethlehem, West Bank. Wide shot of two crosses seen on top of a building. Wide rear shot of a United States (US) mail truck driving down a street. Medium shot of a postal worker opening a gate to a house. Wide shot of investigators standing in a street. Medium shot of the debris from a mailbox after a pipe-bomb exploded. Wide shot of a car parked next to an exploded mailbox. Close up shot of a piece of debris seen on the ground. Wide shot of a police officer placing a road block in the middle of a street. 13:00:28 Jansing previews the program. 13:01:25 Jansing is joined by NBC News correspondent Norah O'Donnell live outside The White House in Washington, DC. She reports on President George W. Bush's agenda for his visit with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. Clip of Bush speaking about the Middle East peace process during a visit to Southfield, Michigan earlier today. Wide shot of Sharon and others debarking a plane in Washington, DC on 2002-05-05. Medium shot of Sharon being escorted to a vehicle on the tarmac. Wide shot of the vehicle parked near the plane on the tarmac. O'Donnell reports that Sharon is bringing with him a 103 page report summarizing nearly half a million documents that proves a link between Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat and terrorist attacks against Israel. Medium profile shot of Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher walking outside Arafat's compound in Ramallah, West Bank. Medium shot of Arafat seated during a meeting. Medium shot of Maher seated during the meeting. Wide shot of Arafat and Maher seated with others during a meeting. Medium shot of Afarfat and Maher seated during their meeting. 13:05:36 Graphic reading "Question of the day: Should President Bush pressure Sharon to meet with Arafat?" Graphic plug for email@example.com. Graphics of quotes taken from e-mails sent in by viewers answering the question of the day. 13:06:39 NBC News correspondent Charles Sabine reports from Bethlehem, West Bank. He reports that Israeli's defense ministry reports that there could be a breakthrough in the standoff between Palestinians and Israeli troops at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, West Bank. Zoom in exterior shot of the Church of the Nativity. Wide shot of an Israeli tank parked in a street. Wide shot of two crosses seen on top of a building. Wide shot of clergymen speaking with Israeli soldiers outside the Church of the Nativity. Wide shot of Sharon and others debarking a plane in Washington, DC on 2002-05-05. 13:08:14 Jansing reports that Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is claiming that pipe bombs left in mailboxes in Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska were nearly identical and clearly came from the same source. Graphic map of Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska. 13:08:39 NBC News correspondent Pete Williams reports that pipe bombs have been found in mailboxes throughout the Midwest. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents are investigating who may be the cause of what they are calling domestic terrorism. Wide rear shot of a postal vehicle driving out of a parking lot. Medium shot of a postal worker opening a gate to a residence. Wide shot of investigators talking in front of an automobile. Medium shot of debris from a pipe bomb. Wide shot of a damaged mailbox next to an automobile. Debris on the ground of a pipe bomb. Wide shot of a police car on the side of a road. Wide shot of a police officer closing a road. Wide shot of a pipe bomb exploding in front of a police car. Zoom in shot of black powder being poured. Debris from a pipe bomb. Wide shot of an investigator looking for evidence. Medium shot of a police officer looking for debris with a metal detector(faces unseen). Graphic with supers of the logo of the United States Postal Service and supers reading "killing...to get media attention, more attention getters are on the way." Wide shot of a police car outside a barn. In interview FBI's Weysan Dun says "You have our attention, we are actively listening, we would encourage that communication to take place without any unnecessary injury or loss of life." Wide shot of a rural neighborhood. Medium shot of street signs from a rural neighborhood. Wide shot of cars parked in a rural neighborhood. Wide shot of investigators searching an area around a mailbox. Williams signs off in a voiceover from Washington, DC. 13:09:49 Jansing reports that there is a hearing for American-born Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh to be held at four this afternoon. She reports that Walker's attorneys want to question detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Still of Walker sitting in the backseat of a car. 13:10:13 Jansing reports that jury selection is underway for the case against auditing firm Arthur Andersen in Houston, Texas. Exterior tilt down shot of a building. Wide shot of vehicles driving by an Arthur Anderson building. Medium shot of a sign reading "Andersen." Medium shot of a woman entering a building. 13:10:26 Jansing reports that the murder trial for accused murderer Michael Skakel begins in Norwalk, Connecticut on 2002-05-06. Medium shot of Skakel walking towards a building. Medium shot of Skakel exiting a building. 13:10:46 Jansing holds up the front page of today's "The Wall Street Journal." Jansing points to a picture of "Spider-Man." Clips from the movie "Spider Man." Graphic titled "Weekend Box Office." Graphic titled "Opening Weekend Records." 13:11:58 Zoom in shot of a graphic map of Nevada with Yucca Mountain highlighted. Close up shot of President George W. Bush speaking. 13:15:22 Jansing reports the latest news. Sidebar graphic titled "MSNBC Right Now." 13:16:36 Jansing reports that President George W. Bush promoted his education agenda while visiting a school in Southfield, Michigan earlier today. Medium shot of Bush shaking hands with Education Secretary Robert Paige on stage. Clip of Bush speaking about his education agenda on stage earlier today. 13:17:47 Sidebar graphic titled "Decision 2002." 13:18:10 Jansing is joined by Democratic strategist Stan Greenberg and by Republican strategist Rick Davis both live in Washington, DC. Graphic showing the results from a "USA Today "/CNN/Gallup poll rating Bush's approval rating. They discuss the 2002 midterm elections. 13:22:30 Jansing voices over wide shot of soldiers walking away from a helicopter in a field. Wide shot of a soldier standing next to a missile launcher. Medium shot of soldiers standing under camouflaged barracks. Rear shot of soldiers walking outdoors. 13:22:41 Live wide shot of the downtown New York City, New York skyline. 13:22:53 Live shot ends. 13:25:31 ***** NBC Breaking News: MSNBC obtains documents that link Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat to terror funding. There has been a 103 page report summarizing nearly half a million documents that proves a link between Arafat and terrorist attacks against Israel. 13:25:56 Breaking news ends. 13:26:14 ITN News correspondent Julian Manyon reports on his ride along with soldiers taking part in "Operation Snipe," the latest ground offensive in southeastern Afghanistan. Medium rear shot of a British soldier seated near a window of a helicopter flying over southeastern Afghanistan. Close up rear shot of the soldier looking out the window. Manyon reports on camera from inside the helicopter. Video of a soldier crouched on the side of a mountain seen from the helicopter. Medium shot of the turning helicopter blades seen spinning through a window of the helicopter. Rear shot of a soldier looking out a ramp from the helicopter. Medium shot of the soldier climbing onboard the helicopter. Clip of the soldier commenting that he has not found any Al-Qaeda or Taliban forces. Medium shot of soldiers getting onto the helicopter. Close up shot of asoldier seated in the helicopter. Zoom out high angle shot of soldiers walking on a mountainside. Rear shot of a pilot flying the helicopter. Zoom out shot of the helicopter taking off into the air. Manyon signs off in a voiceover from Afghanistan. 13:27:53 Jansing holds up a copy of the 103 page report summarizing nearly half a million documents that proves a link between Arafat and terrorist attacks against Israel. 13:28:04 ***** NBC Breaking News: MSNBC obtains documents that link Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat to terror funding. There has been a 103 page report summarizing nearly half a million documents that proves a link between Arafat and terrorist attacks against Israel. 13:28:12 Breaking news ends.