Terence Smith talks to New York Times correspondent Chris Hedges about his new book War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning and his firsthand experiences reporting from conflict zones.The NewsHour Media Unit is funded by a grant from the…
Two atomic energy experts discuss North Korea's latest moves at its main nuclear complex.
A debate on the Church-State issues raised by President Bush's faith-based initiatives…
Iraq's chief representative to the United Nations said Tuesday that Baghdad is ready to talk to U.N. inspectors about their criticism of Iraq's 12,000-page arms declaration, but said that it has nothing new to add to the report.
Iraqi aircraft shot down an unmanned U.S. Predator aircraft in Iraq's southern no-fly zone Monday morning, Pentagon officials said.
The British foreign minister on Wednesday criticized Iraq's 12,000-page declaration that claimed it had ended its weapons of mass destruction program, saying Saddam Hussein's government had failed to deliver a "full and complete" report.
President Bush announced Tuesday that the U.S. will deploy land- and sea-based interceptor missiles as part of a national missile defense system starting in 2004.
Boston Cardinal Bernard F. Law released the following statement on Friday shortly after Pope John Paul II accepted his resignation.
Pope John Paul II accepted the resignation of Cardinal Bernard Law, blamed by many for not doing enough to prevent the sexual abuse.
Boston Cardinal Bernard Law submitted his resignation to the Pope following months of public outrage over the widening Church sex abuse crisis.
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