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A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that the needs of disabled workers do not normally outweigh an employer's seniority policies.
Israeli tanks and troops raided the West Bank city of Hebron shortly before dawn Monday, killing at least nine and arresting some 17 Palestinians.
From violence in the Middle East to involvement in Iraq, experts assess President Bush's foreign policy.
Gwen Ifill talks with Hisham Melhem, Washington correspondent for the Beirut newspaper As-Safir, and David Makovsky, a senior fellow for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy about the Middle East agreement that would allow Yasser Arafat to leave his…
Independent Television News reports on the Middle East agreement that would allow Yasser Arafat to leave his besieged compound.
President Bush on Friday renewed his call for Israel to end its nearly month-long incursion into Palestinian territory.
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A 19-year-old expelled high school student killed 17 people and himself in a shooting rampage at a German high school Friday.
Kwame Holman looks at the long journey of the energy bill recently debated in Congress.
By a 334-90 vote, the House approved Republican-backed legislation aimed at overhauling both the accounting industry and the corporate audit system in the wake of Enron's sudden collapse.
Negotiations aimed at ending the standoffs at Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's compound in Ramallah and at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem moved forward Thursday, but with no solid signs of resolution.
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