By PBS NewsHour
Israeli warplanes struck coastal targets in Lebanon and troops briefly entered the country to conduct military operations in the sixth day of fighting Monday aimed at stopping Hezbollah's missile attacks on Israel.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks look at the Middle East conflict, the upcoming G-8 Summit, the Valerie Plame lawsuit against Dick Cheney and the new policy on terror detainees.
As Israel continued attacks against Lebanon's infrastructure and militant strongholds, Hezbollah declared "open war," intensifying rocket attacks against Israeli cities in the north. Experts analyze Hezbollah's history and motives in the current conflict.
Israeli troops continued attacks on Lebanon, targeting the Beirut airport and a Hezbollah television station. Hezbollah, in turn, fired over 120 rockets into northern Israel. Analysts look at the chances the violence can be de-escalated.
Israeli troops moved into Southern Lebanon Wednesday in response to the abduction of two Israeli soldiers during a border raid by the militant group Hezbollah. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert called the soldiers' kidnapping an "act of war."…
New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly discusses the arrest of three al-Qaida followers suspected of plotting to set off explosives in the Holland Tunnel and PATH railway tunnels under the Hudson River this fall.
Twenty-two years ago, nearly all the residents of rural Dwight, Neb. turned out for the funeral of a young man who was killed in the terrorist attack on the Marine barracks at the Beirut Airport in Lebanon. The NewsHour returns…
A report issued Thursday by the United Nations implicates top Syrian officials in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, and says Lebanese officials helped organize it.
Syria's 29-year military presence in Lebanon ended Tuesday when the last Syrian soldiers crossed back over the border, completing a withdrawal brought by international pressure and massive Lebanese street protests.
Lebanon's president appointed moderate pro-Syrian lawmaker Najib Mikati as prime minister Friday, breaking a political deadlock that helps pave the way for parliamentary elections in May.
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