On this edition for Sunday, April 3, Brussels re-opens its airport, 12 days after terrorists attacked it. Later, how migrants and refugees are helping to keep one small Italian town alive. And, a report on the passion of singer-songwriter Lucinda…
By Michael D. Regan
As Belgian authorities continue an expansive international investigation following last month’s terror attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people, new scrutiny is being given to security lapses that have occurred over the years at the country's nuclear facilities.
After the attacks in Brussels, American intelligence and security services have weighed in on European security. Washington Post reporter Adam Goldman joins Megan Thompson from Washington to discuss.
By Associated Press
President Barack Obama is offering his prayers for the families of the two Americans killed in the bombings in Brussels and telling Belgians that "America has their back" in the fight against terrorism.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the terror attack in Brussels and the U.S. fight against the Islamic State, why President Obama was criticized for attending…
Belgian law enforcement conducted raids across Brussels in the wake of Tuesday’s terror attacks, including at two apartments where explosions were reported, and at a bus stop where a suspect believed to be carrying a suitcase with explosives was shot…
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
BRUSSELS — At least two American citizens have been confirmed killed in this week's attacks in Brussels, a U.S. official said Friday, as Secretary of State John Kerry is visiting the city to express his condolences to the Belgian people.
By PBS NewsHour
European nations are boosting their national security efforts in the wake of the recent terrorist bombings in Brussels. How great a threat is the Islamic State group to Europe? Gwen Ifill sits down with former State Department official Daniel Benjamin…
By PBS NewsHour
The city of Brussels began three days of mourning in the wake of Tuesday's bombings that killed at least 31 and wounded 270. As residents tried to return to a semblance of normalcy, Belgian authorities kept up a nationwide manhunt…
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
U.S. officials say a small number of State Department personnel in Brussels are unaccounted for since the deadly airport and subway attacks.
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