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Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide is calling for international assistance in ending the conflict between rebels and armed government supporters that has raged across parts of the island nation for 12 days.
Correspondent Ted Robbins of KUAT-Tucson gets perspectives on President Bush 's proposed immigration reform plans from some of those whom it will affect the most -- the Latin-American immigrant population in the American Southwest.
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., hopes that the Wisconsin primary will solidify his spot as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, while the other candidates fight to retain their relevancy. Jim Lehrer discusses the primary and its possible implications with New York…
Roadside bombs killed two U.S. soldiers in separate attacks Monday in Baghdad and a city northeast of the capital, while the Iraqi Governing Council met to discuss prospects for a handover of power from U.S. administrators to Iraqis.
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry won the hearts of Democratic voters in Washington, D.C. and Nevada on Saturday, where solid victories in elections further solidified his status as the front-runner and likely nominee in the Democratic presidential race.
A spokesman for the U.N. envoy sent to Iraq to determine if early elections are possible said Friday that a vote could not be held before the June 30 transfer to Iraqi sovereignty.
Former candidate Gen. Wesley Clark endorsed Sen. John Kerry's bid for the Democratic presidential nomination Friday, calling the Massachusetts lawmaker "the kind of leader Americans need."…
Former Chechen President Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev, suspected of having terrorist ties and wanted by Moscow, died Friday after an explosion ripped apart his car in the Gulf Arab state of Qatar, police said.
For the first time, President Bush's reelection campaign directly criticized Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry Thursday in a Web video that called the Massachusetts senator "unprincipled."…
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the cancer drug Erbitux, which is at the center of the ImClone insider-trading scandal, for the treatment of colorectal cancer that has spread to other parts of the body.
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