Bill Neely of Independent Television News continues his series on Mexico's war against violent drug cartels with a profile of a 21-year old, whose first job is serving as one town's chief of police.
Though a longtime U.S. ally, Pakistan is accused of harboring extremists within its borders. Margaret Warner has more on how the U.S. has tried to prod Pakistan into eliminating havens for insurgents.
By Hari Sreenivasan
With the midterm campaign season in the rear-view mirror and issue ads fading from memory, the death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in Southern Arizona this week shone a new light on the illegal immigrant traffic across…
With tension rising again between the U.S. and Pakistan, described as "two countries that need each other badly," Margaret Warner looks at the state of relations with Shuja Nawaz of the Atlantic Council's South Asia Center and Washington Post columnist…
The increasing violence in the Afghan-Pakistani border region could put more pressure on the already strained relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan. Margaret Warner has more.
Iran has freed one of three Americans held in the country for more than a year on accusations of spying. Jeffrey Brown talks to two analysts on the region for insight into Tehran's decision.
A new $600 million bill will put more personnel and security measures along the U.S.-Mexico border. Jeffrey Brown talks to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano about how this bill will affect security efforts already in place.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson, sitting in for David Brooks, analyze the week's top news stories, including voters' ongoing economic concerns headed into the midterm elections and the White House taking on "the professional left."…
In the heat of the immigration reform debate, President Obama signed a $600 million bill to increase security personnel and equipment along the border. Jeffrey Brown explains the details.
Research shows today there are an estimated 5.5 million children with parents who are in the country illegally. If those parents are deported, some of those young people are left to fend for themselves. KPBS education reporter Ana Tintocalis tells…
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