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Ray Suarez talks to two key members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Republican Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky about the process of confirming judicial appointments.
A suicide bomber detonated a car filled with explosives outside a hotel in Karachi, Pakistan this morning, killing 11 French navy experts, two Pakistanis and himself. Twenty-three others were injured in the attack.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon cut short a U.S. visit, returning to Israel to convene a cabinet meeting that is expected to decide how to respond to a deadly suicide bombing.
Ray Suarez discusses the debate over widening individuals' rights to own guns with Robert Cottrol, Jack Rakove, Saul Cornell, and Joyce Malcolm…
Analysis of the $180 billion farm bill that passed in the Senate, which reverses a 1996 decision to decrease subsidies.
Kwame Holman reports on the farm legislation newly approved by the Senate.
A suicide bomber killed at least 16 people in a pool hall in the southern Israeli town of Rishon Letzion Tuesday. At least 60 were injured, many of them seriously.
Efforts to resolve the 36-day-old standoff at Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity stalled Tuesday after Italy refused to accept 13 Palestinian gunmen holed up inside.
How will the deadly suicide bombing near Tel Aviv affect Israel's stance toward the Palestinians and the U.S. role in the Mideast conflict? Three experts discuss the situation.
Spencer Michels reports on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's meeting with President Bush in Washington and a deadly suicide bombing attack.
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