Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai lashed out at the United States on Friday, saying there had been little cooperation in the investigation over the killings of civilians allegedly by a U.S. soldier. Judy Woodruff reports.
Officials from more than 60 nations met Friday, calling on Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to step down and for the government to stop killing its people. That would allow humanitarian supplies to be delivered and evacuations to begin in Homs,…
Violence in Syria continued Friday as activists reported at least 70 dead from fighting by government forces in Homs, Hama and Idlib -- news that has frustrated both the Arab League monitors and the United Nations Security Council. Lindsey Hilsum…
Bill Neely of Independent Television News continues his series on Mexico's war against violent drug cartels with a profile of a 21-year old, whose first job is serving as one town's chief of police.
In four years, Mexico's escalating drug violence has claimed almost 30,000 lives and focused attention on border states like California and Arizona. But as correspondent Tom Bearden reports from Colorado Springs, the conflict is having a far-reaching effect.
Margaret Warner speaks with Nicholas Casey of The Wall Street Journal about how American demand for illegal drugs is stifling efforts by the Mexican government to combat cartels and end the bloody drug war.
Gunmen killed six men in Mexico City on Thursday, the latest incidents of violence in Mexico's drug war. Margaret Warner talks to Nicholas Casey, a correspondent for The Wall Street Journal in Mexico City.
Three large-scale attacks in the past few days add to the death toll in Mexico's drug war. Margaret Warner has more.
Mexican officials brought down one of the biggest alleged drug traffickers in Mexico's drug war. Edgar Valdez-Villareal, also known as 'The Barbie,' was arrested in Mexico City.
President Obama's campaign for the White House was largely focused on winding down U.S. involvement in Iraq. On Tuesday, he announced the combat role is over for American troops, yet the mission there is far from over. Kwame Holman reports.
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