Associated Press

  • Missing in Iran
    December 13, 2013  

    In 2007, retired FBI agent Robert Levinson disappeared in Iran. For years the U.S. maintained that Levinson was a private citizen who went missing during a business trip, but a new report finds that he had been previously contracted by the CIA. Jeffrey Brown talks to Ted Bridis of the Associated Press about the findings. Continue reading

  • May 16, 2013  

    President Barack Obama used a rainy, Rose Garden news conference to get in front of a series of political storms, tackling questions on the IRS scandal, the AP subpoenas and Benghazi. Judy Woodruff talks to White House communications director Jennifer Palmieri about how the Obama administration is responding to various crises. Continue reading

  • May 14, 2013  

    The Justice Department secretly subpoenaed phone records of Associated Press journalists during two months in 2012. The AP was notified that records had been secretly seized for more than 20 of its phone lines, possibly to track government leaks of classified information about a foiled terror plot. Judy Woodruff reports. Continue reading

  • May 14, 2013  

    Judy Woodruff talks with David Schultz, legal counsel for the Associated Press, about the procedures for accessing information from the news media about confidential sources, what constitutes "crossing the line" by the government and whether the current investigation was justified by the gravity of the situation. Continue reading

  • February 22, 2013  

    In other new Friday, the FDA approved a first-of-its kind breast cancer drug called Kadcyla for advanced, aggressive forms of the disease. Also, a winter storm continued to whip across the Midwest, taking four lives. The storm is expected to make its way to the Northeast and New England this weekend. Continue reading

  • January 14, 2013  

    In other news Monday, the Associated Press reported U.S. military suicides hit a record in 2012, with 349 deaths. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta called the rash of military suicides an epidemic. Also, government officials in Beijing admitted for the first time that the city was suffering from extreme smog. Continue reading

  • July 13, 2012  

    Judy interviews Elizabeth Kennedy, Associated Press bureau chief in Beirut. They discuss the latest massacre, Russia’s support, the chemical weapons stockpile and a warning by Hillary Clinton to the U.N. Security Council. Continue reading

  • May 16, 2012  

    Despite a nearly three-week run by the prosecution, John Edwards’ defense attorneys rested after two days without calling the former vice presidential nominee, his mistress or daughter to the stand regarding the campaign finance charges he faces. Judy Woodruff and the AP’s Michael Biesecker discuss the case’s next steps. Continue reading

  • May 2, 2012  

    While Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng gave up his U.S. diplomatic sanctuary Wednesday, nearly everything else surrounding the fate of the blind activist remained in dispute. Chen told The Associated Press in a phone interview that he had left the American Embassy under duress. Jeffrey Brown reports. Continue reading

  • April 20, 2012  

    Three more Secret Service agents resigned Friday amid an ongoing prostitution scandal that has now implicated a 12th employee as well. Ray Suarez and Julie Pace of The Associated Press discuss the state of the investigation into conduct by officers and military servicemembers last week in Colombia. Continue reading

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