The collision of a Russian passenger jet and cargo plane over southern Germany late Monday killed at least 71 people, including 52 Russian children traveling to Spain for vacation.
In a move that may spell the end of a French media giant, Jean-Marie Messier, the architect who built the utility company Vivendi into a multimedia powerhouse, resigned as the head of the company Tuesday.
Two reporters discuss the U.S. errant bombing incident yesterday which reportedly killed at least 40 people near Kabul, Afghanistan.
Margaret Warner reports on the possible accidental U.S. attack on Afghan civilians.
Four editorial page editors and writers discuss the state of corporate responsibility in the wake of the WorldCom scandal.
Margaret Warner discusses the debate over President Bush's preemptive strike policy proposal with Richard Perle, former Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration and head of the Defense Policy Board; and Phyllis Bennis, a fellow at the Institute for…
Investigators announced Friday that two U.S. pilots were solely responsible for the accidental bombing that killed four Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan two months ago.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court handed down a series of major decisions Thursday, including a ruling to allow random drug testing for high school students involved in any type of after-school activity or team.
The chairman and CEO of NBC, and vice chairman of its parent company, General Electric, reflects on changes in FCC rules and how consolidation will affect the growth of the television industry.
Following a background report by Margaret Warner, two experts debate Amtrak's immediate financial crisis and its long-term future.
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