Lawyers for plaintiffs suing the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston released documents Tuesday showing that church officials allowed priests accused of sexual abuse to remain in the ministry.
British Foreign Secretary Jack Sraw unveiled a report on Monday accusing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein of widespread human rights abuses.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday vetoed media amendments that would have limited news coverage of "anti-terror" operations, including events like last month's Moscow theater hostage crisis.
Peter Jennings, anchor of ABC's "World News Tonight," signed a new contract to extend his tenure as anchor for the next three years and to allow him to create his own production company.
The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday gave the green light to Comcast Corp.'s proposed buyout of AT&T Broadband, paving the way for the creation of the largest cable and Internet provider in the country.
U.S. bishops agreed to revise their sex abuse policy Wednesday, voting overwhelmingly to approve rules saying priests who commit "even one act of sexual abuse of a minor" should be removed from public ministry.
The upper house of Russia's parliament on Wednesday passed new media restrictions allowing authorities to exert more control over the reporting of terrorist attacks and major crises like last month's Moscow theater hostage standoff.
Mohammed Al-Douri, Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations, talks with reporters about his country's decision to accept a U.N. resolution requiring Iraq to disarm and readmit weapons inspectors.
Sen. Paul Wellstone, the two-term Democratic senator from Minnesota, was killed Friday when a chartered plane he was aboard crashed as it attempted to land in bad weather in the northern part of the state.
A media watchdog organization has claimed the Palestinian Authority demonstrates greater respect for press freedom than Israel, as a lengthy altercation between the Israeli government and foreign media continues.
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