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U.S. officials are calling for tighter checks of no-fly lists following the arrest of a man accused trying to detonate a bomb in New York City. Jeffrey Brown reports.
Attorney General Eric Holder said the weekend attempt to detonate a car bomb in Times Square was aimed at murdering innocent Americans. Jeffrey Brown talks to a counterterrorism expert about the security implications in the U.S. and abroad.
A Pakistani-American man faces terrorism and weapons of mass destruction charges over the failed bomb plot in New York City's Times Square over the weekend. Jeffrey Brown talks to a reporter for more on the charges and the security implications…
Survivors and family members gathered in Oklahoma City to mark the 15th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, which killed 168 people. Kwame Holman reports on the anniversary ceremony.
In other news Monday, search crews continued to rescue survivors after an earthquake in western China that killed nearly 2,000 people, and bombings targeting police in Pakistan killed 23 people.
In other news, the nation's intelligence chief admitted to making mistakes that led to the attempted bombing of a flight on Christmas Day, and a suspect in Tuesday's mass Virginia shootings turned himself in Wednesday.
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.
A Chicago man with ties to Pakistani high society was arraigned in federal court Wednesday for his alleged role in plotting last year's terror strike in Mumbai. Jim Lehrer talks to a reporter for an update.
One year after terrorist attacks rocked the Indian capital of Mumbai, Simon Israel of Independent Television News updates the political situation there.
In other news, White House officials insisted President Obama has not decided how many more troops to send to Afghanistan, and a suicide car bombing in Pakistan killed at least 24 people.
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