Margaret Warner discusses the number of civilians who died in the Iraq conflict with retired Col. Samuel Gardiner; Alex Roland, professor of history at Duke University; and Niko Price, a correspondent with the Associated Press.
Iranian officials are blaming U.S.-based pro-democracy broadcasts for recent demonstrations in Tehran. KCET Los Angeles Correspondent Saul Gonzalez visited these broadcasters: Iranian exiles pushing for regime change at home.
Following Thursday's Annual Conference of American Bishops, Ray Suarez speaks with Catholic bishops and victims' rights advocates about Church efforts to remedy the ongoing sex abuse crisis.
News and entertainment outlets are competing for the first interview with rescued prisoner of war Jessica Lynch. Terence Smith reports on CBS's multimedia plan to tell her story. Then, Ray Suarez follows up with Tammy Haddad, a media consultant and…
Ted Robbins of KUAT Tucson reports on the on-again, off-again plan to allow Mexican trucks on U.S. highways.
Terence Smith gets an update on efforts to create a free press in Iraq and a view of the current changes in the Iraqi media from Deborah Amos, an NPR News correspondent reporting from Baghdad, and David Hoffman, president of…
Four U.S. soldiers were wounded in separate ambush assaults in Iraq Sunday as U.S. troops continue operations designed to uproot pockets of resistance capable of launching such attacks on coalition forces.
U.S. forces killed 27 Iraqi fighters on Friday, in the most recent of a spate of battles that has left some 100 Iraqis and at least two Americans dead in the last week.
Reports indicate a top Iraqi leader who U.S. officials said had likely been killed by coalition bombing may be alive and well, while the U.S. has ratcheted up operations designed to uproot stubborn pockets of resistance.
Veteran reporter and anchor David Brinkley died at the age of 82 Wednesday night at his home in Houston, TX after suffering complications from a fall.
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