A look at how the role of the FBI director has changed over time.
Wall Street Columnist Paul Gigot and syndicated columnist Mark Shields discuss the week in politics.
China Thursday released two U.S.-based Chinese scholars convicted of spying. The move comes just days before a visit by Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Kwame Holman takes a look at the safety of Mexican trucks crossing the border onto U.S. highways.
Guests discuss China's decision to grant parole to U.S.-based scholars convicted of spying.
Macedonia's government said today that ethnic Albanian rebels have agreed to pull back from territory captured near Tetovo, Macedonia's second-largest city and the site of recent fighting.
President Bush's Social Security commission warned Tuesday that the program is headed for trouble by 2016.
Experts discuss a presidential commission's draft report that warns of financial trouble for Social Security by 2016.
After a federal agency suspended all research on humans last week, Johns Hopkins Medicine will be allowed to resume their work with the agency's approval.
Guests discuss Indonesia's new president, Megawati Sukarnoputri, and the downfall of Abdurrahman Wahid.
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