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Immigrants from 13 mostly Muslim countries visited Immigration and Naturalization Service offices by the thousands Friday to register with authorities as required under anti-terror laws introduced after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
North Korea announced Friday it would withdraw from a treaty aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear weapons, sparking alarm and condemnation from leaders around the world.
Chief United Nations weapons inspector Hans Blix told the U.N. Security Council Thursday that his inspection teams had not found any "smoking guns" after visiting some 125 Iraqi sites.
Experts discuss the ongoing weapons inspections process in Iraq after chief weapons inspector Hans Blix reported to the U.N. Security Council that Iraq has no "smoking gun."…
Four freshman members of the House of Representatives discuss the start of the 108th Congress.
In a finding perceived as a setback in the entertainment industry's legal struggle to protect digital media from unauthorized copying, a Norwegian criminal court Monday acquitted Jon Johansen, 19, of DVD piracy charges.
"I will ask members of both parties to work with me to secure our economic future. We cannot be satisfied until every part of our economy is healthy and vigorous," Mr. Bush said in a speech to the Economic Club…
Kwame Holman reports on the opening of the 108th Congress.
A United Nations nuclear monitoring agency on Monday decided not to report North Korea's attempts to restart its nuclear program to the Security Council.
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