Last week started with a potential nuclear standoff, saw two elections go down to the wire, and ended with scientists marching on seven continents in defense of, well, science. As of this article’s publishing, these events…
By Erica R. Hendry, Joshua Barajas
Suspect's Reputation as Normal Kid Is Striking Contrast to Deadly Crime Spree…
Margaret Warner reports on the violence unleashed by Islamic militants in Russia's southern republic of Chechnya Tuesday. Six were dead and 17 injured in Grozny, the provincial capital, after gunmen and a suicide bomber stormed Parliament.
In other news Wednesday, flooding in the Northeast forced hundreds to evacuate their homes after the second major rainstorm in a month and an investigation has largely cleared British scientists accused of fabricating climate change data.
No terror group has taken credit for attacks on Moscow's subway system, but Russian authorities blame rebel groups in the volatile Caucasus region. Jeffrey Brown talks to Miriam Lanskoy, senior program officer for Central Asia and the Caucasus at the…
Russian authorities vowed to strike back at rebels from the North Caucasus region that they blame for two suicide bomb attacks that struck Moscow's subway system, killing dozens of rush hour passengers. Jeffrey Brown talks to William Mauldin, deputy Moscow…
A pair of suicide bomb attacks on Moscow's subway system left at least 38 people dead during Monday morning's commute. Jeffrey Brown reports.
By Dave Gustafson
An explosives-laden truck driven by a suicide bomber detonated at a police station Monday morning in Russia's North Caucasus, killing at least 20 people and injuring more than 100 others, officials said.
In other news, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, Gen. Ray Odierno, is seeking to send more troops into northern Iraq, and Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia called for a "new approach" to sanctions against Myanmar.
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