Terence Smith talks with former Vietnam War correspondent John Laurence about his new book, "The Cat from Hue: A Vietnam War Story." Continue reading →
The trial of four Islamic militants accused of the kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl ended Wednesday with prosecutors calling for the court to impose a death sentence. Continue reading →
Examining the hazards of reporting on stories in unstable regions and how some news agencies are preparing their correspondents for the risks of working in the field. Continue reading →
Essayist Richard Rodriguez reflects on the current state of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Continue reading →
Two bombs exploded in Algeria Friday, one killing at least 35 people and wounding dozens more as the former French colony marked its 40th independence anniversary. Continue reading →
The week in politics including: pre-emptive U.S. military strikes, corporate ethics and the re-emergence of former Vice President Al Gore. Continue reading →
Ray Suarez reports on possible changes in airport security as a result of the recent shooting at the Los Angeles airport. Continue reading →
After three people die in a shoot-out at Los Angeles’ airport, experts consider what else can be done to keep U.S. airports safe. Continue reading →
Ray Suarez remembers baseball great Ted Williams with Steve Buckley, sports reporter for The Boston Herald. Continue reading →
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