Two explosions rocked downtown Tel Aviv Wednesday night, reportedly killing at least three and wounding some 30 people, according to police and media reports.
An attack on an armored bus in the West Bank killed seven and wounded at least a dozen Tuesday, when Palestinians disguised as Israeli soldiers detonated a bomb near the vehicle and then opened fired at the fleeing passengers.
President Bush unveiled his long-awaited national homeland security strategy Tuesday with a Rose Garden speech and meetings with key members of Congress.
The following is the text of President Bush's speech in the Rose Garden Tuesday morning promoting his homeland security plan.
American John Walker Lindh pleaded guilty Monday to charges of fighting for the Taliban in Afghanistan and carrying explosives.
A Pakistani court found four men guilty of kidnapping and murdering Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
John Walker Lindh's attorney describes the plea bargain his client made with the government.
The U.S. district attorney responsible for the John Walker Lindh plea bargain describes the deal made late Sunday night.
A case of apparent police brutality caught on tape in Inglewood, Calif. has sparked protests and debate in the community. Correspondent Saul Gonzalez of KCET - Los Angeles reports on the repercussions of the incident.
Four of President Bush's top cabinet secretaries testified before a congressional committee Thursday, expressing undivided support for the proposed Dept. of Homeland Security as several other House committees pushed for changes to the plan.
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