By Talea Miller
Updated at 11:07am ET FROM COPENHAGEN: Danish police cordoning off protesters outside the U.N. climate summit weren't the only ones doing damage control Wednesday. Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen took over the presidency of the U.N. climate change…
Time is running out for climate summit negotiators in Copenhagen to hash out major remaining differences on a climate change agreement before the arrival of heads of state and the close of the summit Friday. The formal high-level phase…
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James Mates of Independent Television News looks at the alarming rate glaciers are melting atop Mt. Everest and how that could affect the rest of the world.
Efforts to craft a climate change deal in Copenhagen are moving slowly as world leaders clash on key issues. Ray Suarez reports from the Danish capital.
By Ray Suarez
Just keep repeating to yourself: If any of this was easy, Kyoto would have worked. It's been 12 years since delegations from around the world met in Japan to discuss a coordinated global response to rising levels of greenhouse…
In other news, Defense Secretary Robert Gates told troops in Baghdad Friday that the surge in Afghanistan will resemble what happened in Iraq two years ago, and it was widely reported that a CIA drone attack killed a high-level al-Qaida…
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks talk to Jim Lehrer about the top stories of the week, including President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech and the shape of the compromise in the Senate on a health care overhaul.
Tension between rich and poor countries hovered over climate negotiations in Copenhagen Wednesday, as developing nations fumed over the leak of a climate document drafted by Denmark. The 13-page document, known as the Danish text, was drawn up outside…
Rallying cries for a global reduction in emissions grew louder at an international climate change summit in Copenhagen on Wednesday. Yet as Judy Woodruff reports, a deal is still far from complete.
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