After a recap of the latest news from the campaign trail, Gwen Ifill talks to political analysts Amy Walter and Stuart Rothenberg about key congressional races and how the electoral map is shaping up in the final weeks before the…
President Bush supported Gen. David Petraeus' call to halt future troop drawdowns in Iraq Thursday but also announced that the Army will return to 12-month deployments to help ease the burden on troops. Military experts debate the impact on the…
The Tuskegee Airmen, America's first black military airmen, were awarded the Congressional Gold Medal on Thursday, 60 years after their participation in World War II.
Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss President Bush's push for tribunals, the continuing violence in Iraq and the fall election.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell on Thursday spoke with Jim Lehrer about the upcoming Iraqi elections, the violent insurgency in Iraq and other major international issues.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell tops the list of four departing members of President Bush's Cabinet, the White House announced Monday.
Secretary of State Colin Powell on Thursday declared the situation in the Darfur region of Sudan "genocide," calling the killing of black Africans in the Arab-led nation, "a coordinated effort, not just random violence."…
Secretary of State Colin Powell arrived in Sudan Tuesday, hoping to pressure the Khartoum government to assist the delivery of aid to the war-torn Darfur region where U.S. officials worry 1 million people may die this year.
Secretary of State Colin Powell told diplomats at the United Nations that the United States is considering a new resolution that would "call on member states to do more" in Iraq.
Secretary of State Colin Powell discusses the latest developments in the U.S.-led "road map" to Middle East peace, and the call for America to intervene in Liberia's ongoing civil war.
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