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Jeffrey Kaye reports on the new police chief in Los Angeles, who is fighting an uphill battle to revolutionize the way that city fights crime and violence.
A judge in Fairfax County, Va. ruled Tuesday that nearly all of the confession that sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo gave to police after his arrest can be used against him during his trial.
Pakistan's prime minister announced Tuesday that his country will reopen road, rail, air and sports links with neighboring India in new moves aimed at restoring diplomatic ties between the nuclear-armed rivals.
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe asked his people for support in his government's fight against terrorism.
Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle discusses the Senate Democrats' economic recovery plan and President Bush's competing tax cut proposal.
A leadership council of up to nine Iraqis may be in place by mid-May as an interim step to a permanent government, according to the lead U.S. civil administrator in Iraq.
The nine Democrats vying for the White House squared off in Columbia, South Carolina Saturday to discuss the war in Iraq, President Bush's tax cut and other issues expected to shape the 2004 election season.
Striking workers on an oil rig off the coast of Nigeria's Niger Delta agreed Friday to release 100 foreign hostages held captive since April 19.
Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee told his parliament Friday that he will make new and decisive moves toward peace with Pakistan, an attempt he called the "last in my lifetime."…
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on Thursday reached settlements with the four students sued for operating music file-swapping networks at three U.S. universities.
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