As air traffic resumes in Europe, Gwen Ifill talks to Ray Suarez about the hundreds of thousands of passengers still stranded and struggling to get to their destinations.
The suspect in the attempted Christmas Day bombing incident is speaking to authorities again, but some lawmakers are worried the administration's handling of the case poses a risk to national security. Jim Lehrer speaks with experts about how the U.S.
At one hospital just across from the Port-au-Prince airport, medical workers can see aid entering Haiti but still do not have access to it. Jonathan Rugman of ITN examines how confusion over who is leading the relief effort is slowing…
More much-needed aid arrived in Haiti on Tuesday, but aid organizations reported security has increasingly become a serious obstacle to distribution. ITN's Jon Snow reports.
In an interview with Jeffrey Brown, U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth Merten discusses the pace of the relief effort in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, security concerns in the capital, and complaints about U.S. management at the Port-au-Prince airport.
President Obama took responsibility for the systemic failures that allowed a terror suspect to board a plane with an explosive, saying in a statement "the buck stops with me." Jim Lehrer talks to counter-terrorism experts and lawmakers for reaction.
President Obama on Thursday outlined the intelligence missteps that failed to prevent an attempted terrorist attack on Christmas Day, saying that while the incident was a systemic failure, "ultimately the buck stops with me."…
President Obama told U.S. security chiefs Tuesday that an attempted airliner bomb attack was the result of a "screw up" by intelligence agencies and that he won't tolerate it. Jim Lehrer gets reaction on the president's remarks and U.S. efforts…
The fallout from the failed attempt to attack an airliner bound for Detroit on Christmas Day continued Monday as the U.S. tightened security for international travelers, and the White House weighed its response to the terror fight in Yemen.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the stories of the week, including the political fallout from the failed attempt to blow up a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day and the prospects for politics in 2010.
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