Politics

  • July 13, 2005   BY Admin 

    Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, convicted of orchestrating the largest corporate fraud in U.S. history, was sentenced to 25 years in prison Wednesday. Continue reading

  • July 13, 2005  

    British authorities continue their investigation into last week’s attacks on the London transit system. They have identified four, possibly five bombers involved in the attacks who are Britons. Continue reading

  • July 13, 2005  

    The possibility of White House senior aide Karl Rove as the anonymous source in the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame’s name highlights the push-and-pull relationship between the White House press secretary and the press corps. Continue reading

  • July 13, 2005  

    White House senior aide Karl Rove is at the center of a growing controversy over the source who outed CIA agent Valerie Plame to Time magazine reporter Matt Cooper. Continue reading

  • July 12, 2005   BY Admin 

    British police said Tuesday that they arrested a suspect in the July 7 subway and bus bombings in downtown London and are investigating whether the four bombers died in the attacks. Continue reading

  • July 12, 2005  

    British authorities said Tuesday that they arrested a suspect in the July 7 London bus and subway bombings and are investigating whether four bombers died in the attacks. Following a background report, Newsweek’s London Bureau chief speaks about the investigation. Continue reading

  • July 12, 2005  

    The shuttle Discovery launch, scheduled for Wednesday, will be NASA’s first manned mission since the Columbia disaster two-and-a-half years ago. Continue reading

  • July 11, 2005   BY Admin 

    North Korea agreed Saturday to resume multilateral talks aimed at ending its nuclear weapons program five months after saying it would never do so. Continue reading

  • July 11, 2005  

    Egypt will hold its first multiparty elections in the fall, one example of their movement toward democracy and reform, but critics are skeptical of whether the elections will truly be democratic. Continue reading

  • July 11, 2005  

    A Senate subcommittee held hearings Monday on the future of funding for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting and alleged biases in PBS programming. Continue reading