Pakistani flood victims protested along a main highway in the southern part of the country for more aid as disease began to spread among refugees in makeshift camps. Special correspondent Saima Moshin reports from Pakistan.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the U.S. has already started to send aid to victims of the Pakistan floods, which have been deemed the worst there in 80 years. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports on the frustrations…
Widespread floods have driven more than 2 million Pakistanis from their homes while more than 1,000 have been killed. Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News has the latest on the continued devastation.
A gunman opened fire Friday at an immigration center in Binghamton, N.Y., killing 13 people and taking dozens of hostages before authorities found him dead. Judy Woodruff gives an update.
By PBS NewsHour
The Virginia Tech Police Department on Tuesday identified the gunman responsible for shooting 32 people on campus before taking his own life the previous day as a student at the university.
The U.S. military announced 11 more deaths Wednesday, as Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki called for a national reconciliation conference to build political consensus between the warring Shiite and Sunni factions. A journalist in Baghdad discusses the situation there.
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