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Gwen Ifill and guests discuss the Islamic-based AK party's overwhelming victory in the Turkish elections, and its likely impact on U.S. relations.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation filed a $548 million fraud and negligence lawsuit against accounting company Ernst & Young on Friday, stemming from the 2001 collapse of Superior Bank, a savings and loan.
A federal judge on Friday approved most of a settlement the Justice Department reached with Microsoft Corp., ruling against a coalition of nine states and the District of Columbia that argued the terms of the deal were too lenient.
Gwen Ifill reports on the final burst of Election 2002 campaigning with a focus on President Bush, who will visit 15 states in the final five days.
A federal grand jury in Houston on Thursday indicted former Enron Chief Financial Officer Andrew Fastow on 78 counts, alleging he organized complex financial deals to inflate the energy-trading company's revenues and defraud its investors.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Harvey Pitt on Thursday asked the agency's inspector general to investigate William Webster's selection to head a new audit oversight panel.
Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the battle for the U.S. Senate between former Vice President Walter Mondale and former St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman.
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer discusses his country's strained relationship with the U.S. and its stance on possible U.S. intervention in Iraq.
In a move that threatens to derail the last four years of peace talks in Northern Ireland, the Irish Republican Army ended its cooperation with the international commission established to disarm all sides in the conflict.
Russian health officials said the gas used to end last week's hostage standoff at a Moscow theater was a substance derived from Fentanyl, a powerful opium-based narcotic used as a painkiller.
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