The leadership of al-Qaida is, by and large, on the run, says counter-terror expert Marc Sageman. Unfortunately, he tells Margaret Warner, more "lone wolves," such as the accused Christmas Day airplane bomber, have emerged as the new face of the…
In other news, reigning in big banks led the agenda at the annual economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, while in London world leaders met to map out a strategy for fighting extremism in Yemen.
Jonathon Rugman of Independent Television News reports from the capital of Yemen on the appeal of al-Qaida there.
Federal prosecutors in Minnesota on Monday announced charges against eight more people in an ongoing investigation into young Somali-Americans leaving the United States to fight with a terror group in Somalia. Margaret Warner reports.
As a Senate Committee began the first hearing into the shooting attack at Fort Hood, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced the launch of a Pentagon review of the circumstances around the shootings. Judy Woodruff speaks with two reporters for an…
As reaction to President Obama's address in Cairo continues to filter in, analysts consider what the lasting effect Thursday's speech may have on U.S. policy and global attitudes.
Many American Muslims watched Thursday's address by President Obama with keen interest, seeing it as both a major moment for U.S. policy as well as a call for Muslims to reflect on their beliefs and the governments of the Middle…
In a sweeping speech in Cairo, President Obama called for stronger U.S.-Muslim alliances, urging each to put suspicions aside and unite to combat violent extremism.
By PBS NewsHour
Following is the text of President Barack Obama's speech in Cairo on relations between the U.S. and Muslim world, as prepared for delivery and released by the White House to media organizations.
President Obama met Wednesday with the leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan, beginning talks on forging a plan to fight the Taliban. Pamela Constable of the Washington Post updates the story from Islamabad.
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