In other news Wednesday, a roadside bomb killed at least 25 passengers and wounded 20 others when it hit a bus in southern Afghanistan. Also, due to furloughs, California state workers will be forced to take an extra three unpaid…
The Obama administration has rolled out a new roadmap for limiting American nuclear arsenals and promoting the goal of a nuclear-free world. Jeffrey Brown gets two points of view on arms control from nuclear experts.
In other news Monday, a former Denver airport shuttle driver plead guilty to plotting bomb attacks in New York City, and outbreaks of violence in Baghdad killed 22 people as Iraqis prepare to go to the polls in two weeks.
In other news, a small plane that crashed into a building in Austin, Texas, is being investigated as a possible suicide attack. Also, NATO forces continued their fight against the Taliban resistance in southern Afghanistan with growing concern over sniper…
President Obama criticized "human and systemic failures" that allowed an attempted bombing of a flight bound for Detroit. Margaret Warner reports and speaks with Jeffrey Brown about the latest developments.
By Molly Finnegan
Five people were killed in Islamabad Monday, when a suicide bomber dressed in a military uniform detonated an explosive in the lobby of the U.N.'s World Food Program Pakistan headquarters.
Insurgent attacks in the Iraqi capital killed at least 95 people Wednesday. A Christian Science Monitor journalist provides an update from Baghdad.
In other news, markets rose despite General Motors' bankruptcy filing, and four U.S. soldiers were killed in 2 separate roadside bombings west of Kabul.
As North Korea intensifies its rhetoric and nuclear tests and Pakistan confronts an increasingly extremist insurrection, two Independent Television News correspondents report on the shifting nature of the nuclear threats from those two countries.
Ray Suarez reports on world leaders' reaction to news that North Korea has detonated a nuclear device underground.
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