Fallout from the WikiLeaks publication of Afghan war documents continued to reverberate in Washington Tuesday with the chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff calling it a "potential threat" to American lives. It was also center stage in debate in Congress…
Twenty years after the Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted, the effects can be seen across the country in curb cuts, lifts on buses and so on. Judy Woodruff speaks with Andrew Imparato of the American Association of People with…
In other news Friday, gunman killed 80 people today in Lahore, Pakistan in attacks on mosques during Friday prayers and the number of Americans killed in Afghanistan reached 1,000 when a soldier was killed in a roadside bombing.
Margaret Warner has the story of five Americans awaiting trial in Pakistan on terrorism charges. The Muslim men from Virginia, arrested in January, have denied involvement with al-Qaida.
Up to 50,000 Americans live in Haiti, and six are now confirmed dead with many more missing. Bill Neely of ITN has more on how U.S. citizens have been affected.
A North Korean court convicted two U.S. reporters of entering the country illegally Monday and sentenced them to 12 years in a labor camp. A professor and the former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea discuss the situation.
Afghan-born 13th century Sufi mystic poet Jalaluddin Rumi is the national poet of Afghanistan, as well as a much-loved poet in America. Jeffrey Brown reports on what's behind the popularity of Rumi's poems.
An American soldier in Iraq opened fire on his comrades, killing five and injuring three others, and volunteers in Sri Lanka dug mass graves after two days of deadly shelling in which up to 1,000 civilians were killed.
Presidential hopefuls focused their words on aiding America's middle class in their final debate while maintaining very different temperaments. Experts look at how the candidates' rhetoric and approach foreshadow what's ahead in the final weeks of the campaign.
The ease with which Americans can make purchases using credit cards and loans has led to increased personal debt. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Stuart Vyse, author of "Going Broke: Why Americans Can't Hold On To Their Money," about the roots…
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