Israel destroyed a Palestinian security compound and moved tanks into the West Bank Friday after a Palestinian gunman killed six Israelis last night in an attack on a crowded reception hall.
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.
According to Israeli police, five people are dead and more than 30 injured in an attack on a wedding hall in northern Israel.
On the same day bankrupt energy giant Enron fired its accounting firm, the head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission pledged to reform the regulation of the financial accounting system to prevent the abuses alleged in the Enron case.
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.
In an effort to reduce tensions heightened by recent killings, the Palestinian Authority has detained the leader of a group allegedly linked to the Oct. 17 murder of an Israeli Cabinet minister.
Secretary of State Colin Powell Wednesday pledged U.S. involvement in any dialogue between India as Pakistan as continuing tensions along the border appeared to ease a bit.
The Justice Department will charge American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh with conspiring to kill U.S. nationals and aiding and abetting a terrorist group.
Gwen Ifill discusses the conspiracy charges against American Taliban John Walker Lindh.
Gwen Ifill reports on the Justice Department's decision to try John Walker in a U.S. civilian court on charges of terrorism.
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