Reports emerged this week that the CIA is confident Russia attempted to sway election results through cyberattacks. Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Ramesh Ponnuru of the National Review join Judy Woodruff to discuss what Russia’s interference suggests about the future…
By PBS NewsHour
The brutal fighting in Aleppo, Syria, seems to be over. But even this morning, President Assad's artillery couldn't resist one last go at killing those still trapped. Evacuations of civilians and fighters began Thursday, the devastation of four years of…
By Bradley Klapper and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Critics say Trump's brushstroke analysis of Syria's internal conflicts paints a far rosier picture of Russia's aims than reality — and even endorses some of the propaganda Assad has used to delegitimize his opponents.
By Larisa Epatko
Syria’s northern city of Aleppo was once a thriving commercial hub with a proud history dating back millennia. Photos show what it was like before the bombings.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, the Syrian army and its allies appeared on the verge of recapturing the city of Aleppo. The military said it now controls 99 percent of eastern Aleppo, leaving rebels with a tiny enclave. Also, in…
In rebel-held Aleppo, the violent fight against the Islamic State is escalating, with 50 people killed and another 150 injured on Tuesday. Though Secretary of State John Kerry has been pushing for a cease-fire in the city, administration officials suspect…
In our news wrap Monday, Green Party candidate Jill Stein is pressing on in her effort to obtain recounts in several swing states. Stein has raised $6.5 million to fund requests for vote verification in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Also,…
Tired of waiting for the international community to help refugees rebuild their lives, Mohammed Badran decided to take action for Syrian refugees who were "stateless and stuck," just like himself.
By Michael D. Regan
Syrian government airstrikes forced most hospitals in rebel-held Aleppo to close. Hundreds of people have been killed by the strikes this week including more than a dozen children.
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