Elizabeth Farnsworth reports from Turkey on the conflicting roles of secularism and Islam in Turkish politics.
Terence Smith reports on how the media are using computers to provide better coverage of this year's campaign season.
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.
After a look at the life of late CIA director Richard Helms, Ray Suarez speaks with Helms' biographer, Thomas Powers.
Experts discuss the discovery of an ancient box that may be the earliest artifact ever found that can be linked to the life of Jesus.
In the wake of North Korea's recent admission to developing a nuclear weapons program, experts discuss the parallels between the threats posed by North Korea and Iraq and examine the differences in U.S. policy on each country.
The Vatican on Friday rejected a new sexual abuse policy developed by U.S. bishops, saying elements of its zero-tolerance doctrine conflict with universal church laws and could threaten the rights of accused priests.
North Korea admits it has been developing a nuclear weapons program that the U.S. says violates a 1994 pledge it made to renounce nuclear arms in exchange for U.S. economic aid.
Spencer Michels reports on North Korea's recent confession about its nuclear weapons program.
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