As Norway mourned the victims of Friday's bombing and shooting attacks, Anders Behring Breivik admitted to carrying out the assaults that killed dozens, but did not accept criminal responsibility for them and pleaded not guilty in court. Independent Television News'…
Norway Faces Day of Horror With Bombing, Shooting…
Tuesday night's spectacular Taliban attack on a landmark Kabul hotel popular with Westerners shook any semblance of calm in the Afghan capital. Washington Post reporter Pamela Constable joins Margaret Warner from Kabul for an update on the attack and the…
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The Transportation Security Administration is enlisting workers such as parking attendants and meter maids to help them become the latest anti-terror weapons.
A bomb planted at a bus stop killed one person and wounded nine others in Bangkok Sunday, as voting for a closely-watched election closed.
By Quinn Bowman
As President Obama talks to advisers about the lapses that allowed an attempted airline bombing on Christmas Day, the PBS NewsHour asked intelligence experts to weigh in on what reforms they would recommend and to reflect on changes since 2001.
By Quinn Bowman
A car bomb exploded Wednesday in a market in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing at least 91 people and wounding some 200 others. The attack came just 15 minutes after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in nearby Islamabad.
A large car bomb exploded Thursday morning next to India's Embassy in the center of Afghanistan's capital Kabul, killing 17 people and wounding more than 80.
By Carolyn O'Hara
Indonesia's most-wanted Islamic militant, believed to be the mastermind of two deadly July hotel bombings in Jakarta, has reportedly been killed in a police raid in Central Java.
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