In January, southern Sudanese will vote on whether they want to stay with the north or become their own country. Posters touting the separation of the south are planted all over the walls in the southern city of Juba — … Continue reading
Winter Storm Strands Travelers, Blankets East Coast Canceled flights and snow-covered roads are creating frustrating conditions for travelers on the East Coast as airport closures in New York City and other hubs compounded the misery of post-holiday transport.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson recently returned from a private visit to North Korea. Margaret Warner speaks with him about the trip and tensions on the Korean peninsula. Continue reading
As the U.N. reports more than 170 deaths in Ivory Coast, Judy Woodruff talks to State Department official William Fitzgerald about election unrest in the African nation. Continue reading
Parcel bombs went off at two embassies in Rome Thursday, heightening fears of terrorism attacks during the holiday season. Margaret Warner talks to former CIA official John McLaughlin and counter-terrorism expert Richard Clarke for more. Continue reading
Parcel bombs at the Chilean and Swiss embassies in Rome injured two people and raised security fears at the height of holiday travel. Margaret Warner has more. Continue reading
News reports say a package has exploded at Chile’s embassy in Rome following a parcel bombing at Switzerland’s embassy earlier in the day. Police and embassy officials say the blast at the Swiss Embassy seriously injured a diplomatic employee, the … Continue reading
In other news Wednesday, the federal government’s operations are now funded at least through March 4 after President Obama signed a temporary spending bill that freezes most agency budgets at current levels. Continue reading