Geraldo Rivera joined Fox News Channel in November 2001 as a war correspondent. He is currently stationed in Afghanistan covering Operation Enduring Freedom. Following are some of the reports he has been filing.

12/18/01:  Heavy winds hit Geraldo's camp as he explores abandoned caves once occupied by Al Qaeda forces. Geraldo Rivera reports from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/17/01:  Al Qaeda fighters appear to be defeated in their last stronghold, the Tora Bora mountains. Some Al Qaeda troops were reportedly crying upon being captured, begging not to be turned over to the United States. Usama bin Laden remains at large. Geraldo Rivera reports from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/16/01:  The last pocket of Al Qaeda resistance appears to be crumbling at Tora Bora. Some groups of fighters loyal to Usama bin Laden are said to be surrendering, and others running or dying at the hands of tribal fighters and U.S. bombs. Geraldo Rivera reports from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/14/01:  Standing on "no man's land" the bombs continue to fall. There are two wars going on in Afghanistan: One you can see through air strikes and the other is the invisible war being waged by U.S. and British special forces. Geraldo Rivera reports from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/11/01:  Using "Daisy Cutter" bombs, U.S. airplanes and opposition forces send hundreds of  Taliban fighters fleeing to Pakistan and wanting to surrender. Geraldo Rivera reports from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/07/01:  Opposition forces advance during the day and Taliban forces advance at night. Geraldo Rivera reports on the see-saw battle from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/07/01: Geraldo Rivera reports on the final battle from Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/06/01: Tora Bora, bin Laden's last stand. Watch a blow by blow report as Geraldo gets caught in the crossfire at Tora Bora. Click here to view segment. 

12/06/01: Geraldo Rivera takes a rocky ride as he searches for Bin Laden's rat nest. Geraldo reports from the White Mountains on the road to Tora Bora.Click here to view segment. 

12/03/01:  Much of the U.S. relief food and clothes intended for starving, freezing Afghans is turning up for sale in Kabul markets. Geraldo Rivera reports from Kabul. Click here to view segment. 

11/29/01: There are reports of lawlessness and chaos all over Afghanistan at the hands of young armed men. Some of them are targeting journalists, eight of whom have died covering this story. The most recent is a Swedish cameraman caught in the crossfire. Geraldo Rivera reports from Taloqan. Click here to view segment.

11/28/01: Kunduz, the northern Afghan city recently liberated from Taliban control, is still far from safe. The jails are emptied of their Taliban prisoners, but gangs of armed teen-agers roam the streets with nothing constructive to do. The reality of life after the Taliban is far from pretty. Geraldo Rivera reports from Kunduz. Click here to view segment.