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An estimated 650,000 children have lost a parent to AIDS in Zambia, an African country where 20 percent of adults suffer from AIDS/HIV. Special correspondent Jonathan Silvers reports. Continue reading →
Nevada state troopers arrested Luke John Helder Tuesday in connection with the planting of 18 pipe bombs in mailboxes across five states. Continue reading →
Jim Lehrer talks with British Foreign Minister Jack Straw about the Middle East conflict and efforts to forge a peace plan. Continue reading →
Police on Tuesday arrested Luke John Helder, the 21-year-old college student wanted for questioning in the planting of 18 pipe bombs across the Midwest. Continue reading →
In a discussion aired before the arrest of suspect Luke John Helder, a former FBI special agent discusses how the agency profiles suspected criminals. Continue reading →
The United States announced Monday it will not participate in the world’s first permanent international war crimes court. Continue reading →
Gwen Ifill talks with National Public Radio correspondent David Molpus about what lies ahead for detainees in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Continue reading →
Legal experts debate what the U.S. government should do with the hundreds of Afghan and al-Qaida detainees in Camp Delta, a new U.S. military base in Guatanamo, Cuba. Continue reading →
A report on what caused the World Trade Center towers to collapse. Continue reading →
U.S.-led coalition troops clashed with suspected al-Qaida militants, killing as many as four in gun battles near Khost, an eastern Afghan city near the Pakistani border. Continue reading →
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