The pending execution of Napoleon Beazley ignites a new debate over sentencing juvenile offenders to death. Continue reading →
In retaliation for recent suicide bombings, Israeli forces leveled a Palestinian police station in the West Bank town of Jenin. Continue reading →
Examining some of the surprising numbers from the latest U.S. census. Continue reading →
A look at the evolution of Russian-American relations under Presidents Bush and Putin, from a Russian perspective. Continue reading →
In yet another episode of violence, a Palestinian walked into an Israeli coffee shop outside the town of Haifa, and blew himself up. Continue reading →
Despite weekend violence, Macedonia’s rival factions signed a landmark peace accord that gives the ethnic Albanian minority more power. Continue reading →
With congress in recess, what do education reform efforts look like from around the country? Continue reading →
The British government stripped lawmaking power from the fledgling Northern Ireland coalition — a move officials say will give Protestant and Catholic politicians more time to settle their differences. Continue reading →
Kwame Holman reviews political reactions to President Bush’s stem cell decision. Continue reading →
Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson discusses the president’s decision to fund some stem cell research. Continue reading →
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