Nation

  • November 25, 2005  

    A report from Dover, Pa., where voters recently weighed in on the debate on how to teach evolution. Continue reading

  • November 25, 2005  

    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week’s political news, including the ongoing debate over pulling troops from Iraq. Continue reading

  • November 24, 2005   BY Admin 

    An explosives-laden car detonated outside a hospital south of Baghdad Thursday as U.S. troops were visiting the facility, killing at least 30 people, officials said. Continue reading

  • November 24, 2005  

    Journalist and author David Halberstam discusses his new book about the late Steve Belichick, a former assistant football coach at the U.S. Naval Academy and father of New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. Continue reading

  • November 24, 2005  

    An explosives-laden car detonated outside a hospital south of Baghdad Thursday as U.S. troops were visiting the facility, killing at least 30 people. A reporter provides an update. Continue reading

  • November 24, 2005  

    A report on the challenges awaiting the newly elected president of Liberia, Ellen-Johnson-Sirleaf, and the three and a half million people of her West African country. Continue reading

  • November 23, 2005  

    Christian-format radio and television, including news programs, have grown rapidly over the past few years, causing some to worry that listeners are getting news with a viewpoint rather than balanced stories. Terence Smith provides a report. Continue reading

  • November 23, 2005  

    After a year of rising fuel prices, labor strikes and bankruptcies, the major airlines are struggling to make changes. But passengers will not likely see major fare hikes in the near term, analysts say. Continue reading

  • November 22, 2005  

    Philadelphia intends to become the first U.S. city of its size to have wireless broadband access available to everyone, regardless of income, at below-market prices. Continue reading

  • November 21, 2005  

    Democratic U.S. Rep. John Murtha’s speech calling for the U.S. to withdraw troops from Iraq in the next six months added fire to the debate over the Bush administration’s strategy in the war on terror. Following a background report, two experts discuss how Murtha’s plan would affect the situation on the ground. Continue reading