Four Georgia men who are suspected members of a militia group were arraigned on terrorism charges in federal court Wednesday. Margret Warner discusses the alleged plot to use the toxin ricin and other means to kill government officials and citizens…
The U.S. Embassy and NATO headquarters were among the targets of Taliban fighters who infiltrated Afghanistan's capital on Tuesday. Gwen Ifill gets the latest on the deadly attacks from Patrick Quinn, The Associated Press's Kabul bureau chief.
Associated Press photographer Gerald Herbert's work captured the environmental and personal toll of the Deepwater Horizen oil spill along the Gulf Coast. Herbert narrates a slide show of his images from the spill's early days and the subsequent struggle to…
Medical personnel in Pakistan are working to control the spread of flood-related waterborne disease, but they face a monumental task as the humanitarian crisis worsens. Special correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports.
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Since the oil leak in the Gulf erupted more than a month ago, Associated Press photographer Gerald Herbert has as been documenting the people and places at the center of the disaster.
Judy Woodruff gets on-the-ground reports from Tony Winton, a broadcast reporter for the Associated Press, and Bob Poff, divisional director of disaster services for the Salvation Army.
A remembrance of Don Hewitt, creator of the television magazine "60 Minutes," who died Wednesday after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
The Associated Press board of directors announced Tuesday that longtime President and Chief Executive Louis D. Boccardi will retire later this year.
Nearly 1,700 Associated Press reporters, photographers and other editorial workers are removing their names from bylines and other credits for one day to support their union's contract negotiations.
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