According to a spokesman, Afghan President Hamid Karzai wants all private security contractors out of Afghanistan within a matter of months. Judy Woodruff discusses the politics, economics and logistics with analysts Matthew Rosenberg and Doug Brooks.
People on both sides of the same-sex marriage in California debate vowed appeals of the judge's ruling, regardless of the outcome, and one has now been filed. Ray Suarez talks to Jennifer Pizer of the Lambda Legal Defense Fund and…
A federal judge struck down California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriages Wednesday, but proponents have promised an appeal. Spencer Michels reports from San Francisco on the ruling's possible implications for the rest of the country and the prospects for the…
By Talea Miller
Foreigners infected with HIV will be allowed to travel and immigrate to the United States without restriction, President Barack Obama said Friday, announcing the repeal of a twenty-year-old travel ban.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court in California ruled Thursday that barring lesbian and gay couples from marrying is unconstitutional, clearing the way for the nation's most populous state to join Massachusetts as the second state to allow same-sex marriages.
By PBS NewsHour
Top courts in New York and Georgia ruled independently Thursday that gay marriage is not allowed under their states' laws.
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