Monday marks the first full year since ISIS declared the "Caliphate" -- an Islamic State -- part of the justification for its terror campaign across the Middle East. A new study from Fordham University has uncovered an increase in the…
By PBS NewsHour
Proposed Keystone Pipeline Prompts Protest March, Heated Debate…
The Occupy Wall Street movement marked the end of its second month with marches and demonstrations in several cities, but hundreds of protesters were arrested after clashing with police. Judy Woodruff reports.
Protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement are maintaining a growing campaign against corporate and political forces that they say are fueling economic inequality in America. Judy Woodruff examines who's involved in the protests and what they're seeking with WNYC…
Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News reports from Cairo on the political demonstrations against President Hosni Mubarak as Egyptian officials try to dissuade further protests.
In other news Wednesday, the federal government's operations are now funded at least through March 4 after President Obama signed a temporary spending bill that freezes most agency budgets at current levels.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
At least 23 officials from Iraq's interior and defense ministries have been arrested on suspicion of working to reconstitute Saddam Hussein's outlawed Baath party.
By PBS NewsHour
Armed Zimbabwe riot police raided the headquarters of the opposition party embroiled in an election standoff with President Robert Mugabe Friday, forcing hundreds of people into the streets, news agencies report.
An immigration raid of meat plants in six states resulted in nearly 1,300 arrests of illegal immigrants Tuesday. Julie Myers, of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Mark Lauritsen, of the United Food and Commercial Workers, share their views on the…
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