Defense Minister, Kim Tae-young, stepped down after a North Korean artillery attack killed two South Korean marines and two civilians. John Irvine of Independent Television News has more.
In other news Wednesday, outgoing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi won enough votes from her Democratic colleagues to keep the party's top spot in the next Congress when the GOP takes over control. As expected, GOP Minority Leader John…
As the 111th Congress reconvened on Capitol Hill, Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., was found guilty of ethics violations while GOP Sen. Mitch McConnell reversed his stance on earmarks. Gwen Ifill has more details.
In other news Friday, outgoing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced she wants to be Democratic minority leader in the new Congress. In Pakistan, a suicide bomber blew himself up outside of a mosque.
Margaret Warner speaks with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic magazine and Latin America analyst Julia Sweig, who met with Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro in Havana and discussed the shortcomings of the island nation's economic system.
A New York-based entrepreneur has found a way to work with Palestinians and Israelis for both peace and profit. Special correspondent Fred De Sam Lazaro reports.
As the G-8 summit wrapped up, President Obama and other leaders discussed new goals to limit climate change and assessed the unrest in Iran. Margaret Warner reports from the scene.
President Barack Obama met with Russian leaders Monday to push for progress on arms control and other issues. Margaret Warner reports from the opening day of the Moscow summit.
Rifts within the Republican Party have activists worried that infighting may hurt efforts by the GOP to rebuild following the 2008 election. Political analysts mull the effects of recent clashes among party leaders.
Following North Korea's announcement that it has detonated a nuclear device underground, analysts examine how the regime's move has tested international will to confront nuclear proliferation.
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