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Jeffrey Brown reports on Iraq's history of war and how its legacy effects the battlefield today.
Amid some Arab and Iraqi skepticism, U.S. officials and international leaders continue to plan for a post-Saddam Hussein interim government and reconstruction process.
North Korea said Saturday that it would reject any ruling by the U.N. Security Council regarding Pyongyang's nuclear development.
Elizabeth Farnsworth talks to New York Times reporter Judith Miller in Kuwait City on the ongoing hunt for evidence of weapons of mass destruction and war crimes in Iraq.
Health authorities turned to legal moves Friday in their continuing efforts to control an outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome, a mysterious virus that has infected more than 2,300 people in 18 countries.
President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are scheduled to meet in the Belfast area of Northern Ireland on Tuesday to discuss the progress of the two countries' military maneuvers in Iraq.
Coalition troops seized Baghdad's main airport Friday as U.S. Marines edged closer to the Iraqi capital. Mark Shields and David Brooks reflect on the war's progress and on the media's coverage of the conflict.
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The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in two highly anticipated University of Michigan affirmative action cases that may prove to be the most important civil rights debate before the high court in decades.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell traveled to Turkey Tuesday in an effort to mend diplomatic relations between the United States and Europe, which have soured over the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
Jim Lehrer speaks with David Brooks of The Weekly Standard and Tom Oliphant of The Boston Globe about the week's political developments.
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