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By Fares Akram, Joseph Krauss, Associated Press
It’s been a day of terror, with attackers striking in Germany and Turkey. In Berlin, a truck drove into a crowd of Christmas shoppers, leaving the street full of dead and wounded. Hours earlier, the Russian ambassador to Turkey was…
By PBS NewsHour
Editor’s Note: The Paris terrorist attacks on Nov. 13 stunned the city and the world. As is often the case after traumatic events, schools have a unique and important responsibility in helping students understand and cope with tragedy. Nicholas Hammond…
By Nicholas Hammond
Thousands of Syrian Kurds have fled to Turkey since Friday after Islamic State fighters attacked dozens of villages.
By Rialda Zukic
Video footage purporting to show a chlorine gas attack in the Syrian village of Kfar Zeita on Thursday was released by Syrian opposition activists. It would be evidence of a new chemical weapons campaign in the country’s civil war. Activists…
By Sarah Sheffer
Intelligence officials defended the NSA's spying programs in a House committee hearing, insisting that monitoring the intentions of foreign leaders is "fundamental" and that surveillance helped to protect American citizens. But some lawmakers underscored concerns that spying on allies has…
Pakistani Christians Targeted by Recent Violence, Blasphemy Law…
How an Innovation by 9/11's First Victim Kept the Web Afloat Amid Catastrophy…
During FBI's Mueller Era, 9/11 Elevated Priority of Intelligence and Prevention…
The New York Police Department's facial identification unit might not quite measure up to Hollywood standards, but they are on the cusp of a big change in the way police do their job. Miles O'Brien examines the software that turned…
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