In an e-mail to U.S. news organizations, an unknown Pakistani group Monday said it had kidnapped a Wall Street Journal reporter and set conditions for his release.
The chairman and CEO of CNN News Group discusses his network's role in the past, present and future of cable news. The following are extended excerpts of his interview with Terence Smith.
India Friday successfully tested a new version of its most potent nuclear-capable missile -- a move Pakistan warned could further heighten tensions between the historic rivals.
Boston's Logan Airport faces scrutiny amidst security improvements.
Do members of the news media report with a liberal bias? Author and former CBS reporter Bernard Goldberg and Marvin Kalb, a former NBC and CBS reporter now with the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy address…
Russian officials Tuesday pulled the plug on TV6, the country's last nation-wide independent television station, leaving Russia without a national TV outlet outside Kremlin control for the first time since the Soviet era.
A federal judge Friday denied a request to televise the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person so far charged in the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S.
Secretary of State Colin Powell met with Afghanistan's Interim Prime Minister Hamid Karzai in Kabul Thursday and pledged support for the country's reconstruction.
The following is the full statement of the Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission proposing reforms for the accounting industry in effort to prevent another Enron disaster.
The director of the Middle East Radio Network discusses strategy and content plans for broadcasts to the Arab world. The following are extended excerpts of his interview with Terence Smith.
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