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Doctor on Scene: 'Tons of Mangled Extremities on the Ground'…
Prosecutors released this week more than 200 pages of photos, eyewitness accounts and investigative reports in the case of Trayvon Martin's killing in Florida. The Washington Post's Sari Horwitz tells Margaret Warner that the documents bolster neither the prosecution nor…
President Obama made a surprise visit Tuesday to Afghanistan to mark the first anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden. Gwen Ifill gets an update from the AP's Patrick Quinn in Kabul plus analysis of the agreement the president…
The U.S. mission in Afghanistan ran into more trouble Thursday as President Hamid Karzai announced he wants American forces to leave Afghan villages and immediately pull back to their bases in the wake of last weekend's civilian killings, allegedly at…
Judy Woodruff and The Washington Post's Craig Whitlock discuss what's known about the U.S. soldier who allegedly killed 16 Afghan civilians on Sunday.
Afghan Civilian Killings Give Taliban 'Valuable Propaganda,' Analyst Says…
In other news Tuesday, Wall Street shot back up amid speculations that the Federal Reserve might try a new stimulus program. Also, Hurricane Irene swept past the Turks and Caicos Islands with the southeastern Bahamas next in its path. It…
In the day's other top news, Wall Street sagged over the debt ceiling debate and a Muslim-American soldier has admitted to planning an attack on Fort Hood in Texas.
South Sudan is set to become the world's newest nation, seceding from Sudan, but the regions have recently seen an increase in violence. Margaret Warner discusses the likelihood that the rival regions can reach a long-term peace settlement with Ambassador…
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