Insurgents launched rockets from donkey carts Friday morning, hitting two hotels in Baghdad and Iraq's Oil Ministry in an apparently coordinated, symbolic attack on the highly fortified sites.
A day after Massachusetts' highest court rules against the ban on same-sex marriages, Terence Smith examines the proliferation -- and popularity -- of gay and lesbian-oriented television shows, and what this new trend in American television suggests about public attitudes…
As military officials continue to investigate the cause of Saturday's crash of two helicopters in Mosul that killed 17 American soldiers, the U.S. military has stepped up its campaign to fight insurgents in Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit.
New York Times correspondent John Burns speaks with Jim Lehrer about the experience of being back in Baghdad after six months.
Two American soldiers and a civilian contractor were killed in Iraq late Thursday as a U.S. military operation designed to crack down on suspected terrorists and Saddam Hussein loyalists continued into Friday.
The Pentagon has ordered officials at Arlington National Cemetery to enforce rules limiting press coverage of funerals by distancing reporters from graveside services.
In light of the current rape trial of basketball star Kobe Bryant, Terence Smith examines the ubiquity of tabloid-style journalism and its impact on mainstream coverage.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was removed from office Thursday for his refusal to obey a federal court order to move his Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of the state courthouse in August.
A truck bomb exploded at an Italian police base in the Iraqi town of Nasiriyah Wednesday, killing at least 17 Italians and eight Iraqis in the first attack against Italian troops.
The armed guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery has been unable to stop the attack of time and the elements on its marble exterior. Tom Bearden reports on the search for a perfect piece…
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