Publishers violated the copyrights of freelance writers by archiving their material in electronic databases, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. Continue reading →
The U.S. Supreme Court rules on campaign finance, immigration law, affirmative action, and copyright law. Continue reading →
Shields and Gigot discuss the week in politics, including the patients’ rights bill currently before the Senate and the president’s approval rating. Continue reading →
Attorney General John Ashcroft said Saudi members of the terrorist group Hizbollah planned and executed the attack that killed 19 U.S. airmen. Continue reading →
A panel discusses how leaks to the media are affecting the investigation into Sen. Robert Torricelli’s financial affairs. Continue reading →
The speaker of Israel’s parliament and a Palestinian official discuss the state of a week-old cease-fire. Continue reading →
After this background report, a panel discusses how leaks to the media are affecting the investigation into Sen. Robert Torricelli’s financial affairs. Continue reading →
House Republicans bolstered their thin majority Tuesday, winning a hotly contested race in southern Virginia. Continue reading →
Elizabeth Brackett reports from Chicago, where public housing has taken on a whole new look. Continue reading →
Sens. Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) and Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) discuss the growing patients’ rights debate. Continue reading →
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