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In a statement released Thursday, Anglican leaders said if the U.S. Episcopalians consecrate their first openly gay bishop, then the global communion will be "put in jeopardy."…
Spencer Michels reports on the new wireless technology used to connect computers to the Internet.
A federal judge has ordered five reporters to reveal their sources for articles that portrayed Dr. Wen Ho Lee, a former nuclear weapons scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, as a chief suspect in a Chinese espionage investigation.
A roadside bomb ripped through an armored van in the Gaza Strip Wednesday, killing three Americans traveling through the area in a U.S. diplomatic convoy. New York Times reporter John Burns discusses the attack and the situation on the ground…
More Americans are being surveyed by the media on their views on all range of topics, as news organizations increasingly utilize public opinion polls in their reporting. Terence Smith looks at the concerns over the growing use of polls in…
The Air Force Academy is making broad changes to its training program as part of its efforts to address the factors that may have contributed to widespread sexual assaults that were alleged to have taken place at the school.
Margaret Warner takes a look inside the U.S. Naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where the U.S. military is detaining "enemy combatants" in the war against terrorism. New York Times correspondent Neil Lewis narrates the images photographer Angel Franco took…
Six Iraqis and three American soldiers were killed in four separate incidents in Iraq in the last two days. U.S. and Iraqi officials have said the attacks were the work of suspected Saddam Hussein loyalists.
Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll on Sunday staunchly defended his paper's decision to publish articles detailing allegations of sexual improprieties by Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger just days before the California recall election.
The American-led occupation of Iraq continues to be threatened by attacks against U.S. troops and the Iraqis who are cooperating with the coalition transitional authority. Gwen Ifill discusses the recent rise in tensions with experts.
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