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The Democratic presidential candidates fielded questions of particular interest to African-American voters at last night's debate. Kwame Holman reports with highlights.
Two suicide bombings that targeted populated spots in Israel on Tuesday killed at least 10 people, according to witnesses and medical workers.
Republican candidate Peter Ueberroth withdrew from the California gubernatorial recall race Tuesday. The former commissioner of Major League Baseball and organizer of the Los Angeles Olympics said he would not yet endorse another candidate.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on Monday filed lawsuits against 261 people across the country for allegedly downloading thousands of copyrighted songs via popular Internet file-sharing networks.
The Recording Industry Association of America on Monday filed lawsuits against 261 people for allegedly downloading thousands of copyrighted songs via popular Internet file-sharing networks. Two musicians debate the merits of the RIAA's move and its effect on the music…
Jim Lehrer talks with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about his new book "Crisis: The Anatomy of Two Major Foreign Policy Crises."…
The Supreme Court heard arguments Monday on whether recently passed campaign finance regulations infringe on constitutional rights in a special one-day session on the mammoth legal challenges to the 2002 Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (BCRA).
World leaders praised President Bush's Sunday night speech as opening new possibilities for international involvement in postwar Iraq, but only Britain acted immediately by announcing it would deploy 1,200 more troops to reinforce ground security.
Yasser Arafat nominated Ahmed Qurei for the position of Palestinian prime minister Sunday, one day after former Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas resigned.
Mahmoud Abbas resigned after four months as Palestinian prime minister. Terence Smith discusses what lies ahead for the "road map" with Martin Indyk and William Quandt…
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