Mexican President Vicente Fox, in the U.S. on his first state visit, discussed illegal immigration and trade with President Bush Wednesday. Ray Suarez examines how the freshman president is being received at home and abroad.
Republican senators Bill Frist of Tennessee and Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania take opposing sides on the science and benefits of federally funded stem cell research.
Following recent grim economic forecasts, Congress returns from summer recess to pass final budget items.
Macedonia's government began debate on reforming ethnic Albanian rights, despite protests from hundreds of Macedonians who say their leaders are selling out to NATO pressure.
U.N. prosecutors said that they will indict former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic for genocide and war crimes committed during three Balkan Wars.
Voters turned out in force in East Timor for the first democratic election in the region's turbulent history.
The eight foreign aid workers arrested in Kabul three weeks ago will stand trial on charges of proselytizing, Taliban officials announced Wednesday.
Two years after declaring its independence from Indonesia, East Timor prepares for its first democratic election Thursday.
Renewed gunbattles between Israeli forces and Palestinians threaten to unravel a ceasefire agreement. Should the U.S. step in as violence increases?…
The Justice Department subpoenaed the home telephone records of an Associated Press reporter for a period in which he wrote about the investigation of Sen. Robert Torricelli (D-N.J.), the AP reported Monday.
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