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.
Ray Suarez reports on Boston Cardinal Bernard Law's resignation.
United Nations weapons inspectors in Iraq combed through at least six suspected weapons sites on Thursday.
A United Nations appeals court on Wednesday ruled that retired Washington Post reporter Jonathan C. Randal will not be forced to testify before the UN War Crimes Tribunal.
The U.S. releases a North Korean ship carrying Scud missiles to the government of Yemen after it was briefly intercepted in the Arabian Sea.
The High Court of Australia ruled on Tuesday that New York-based publisher Dow Jones & Co. could be sued for defamation under Australian law over an article published in print and on its Web site.
Ray Suarez discusses the rough road ahead for a bankrupt United Airlines with Harvard University law professor Elizabeth Warren and Paul Stephen Dempsey, professor of law and director of the Institute of Air and Space Law at McGill University.
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