A day after U.S. troops killed the sons of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, Pentagon officials said they were discussing whether to release photos of the dead bodies to allay fears that they are not those of Uday and Qusay…
The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to block new media ownership regulations recently adopted by the Federal Communications Commission that would ease the limits on how many television stations media companies may own.
U.S. officials reported Tuesday that the two sons of toppled Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein were killed during a firefight with U.S. forces in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
Former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch has returned to her hometown of Palestine, W.Va. Kwame Holman looks at Lynch's journey from the battlefield in Iraq to today's homecoming.
The investigation continues surrounding the suicide of the British Defense Ministry weapons adviser who was the British Broadcasting Corporation's main source for a story alleging Tony Blair's government had "sexed up" intelligence on Iraq's weapons.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz called for patience from Iraqis as the U.S. continued its efforts to end violence and begin rebuilding the war-torn nation.
Retired Gen. Tommy Franks has said that the U.S. occupation in Iraq could last up to four years. Ray Suarez discusses America's role as occupier with four historians: NewsHour regular Michael Beschloss; Bruce Jentleson of Duke University; Carol Gluck of…
The nuclear program in North Korea continues to be a major concern in the international community. Spencer Michels reports.
An American soldier in Iraq was killed Friday when a bomb detonated in a city west of Baghdad as attacks continue in what has been deemed by a top U.S. military official as "guerrilla" warfare against coalition forces patrolling the…
The U.S. government and corporate officials have accused Cuba of jamming U.S.-based satellite broadcasts of news and other information into Iran.
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