In Monday's other news, the first Guantanamo Bay detainee was released under the Obama administration, and three U.S. soldiers and their interpreter were killed in Iraq.
U.S. auto companies reported deep losses in sales Tuesday, while a key supply route was bombed in Pakistan. Judy Woodruff reports on these developments and other news headlines of the day.
Israeli forces continued their military campaign in the Gaza Strip Monday as international calls for a cease-fire intensified. Foreign policy analysts mull the latest developments in the fighting.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a new call Friday for Russia to remove all troops from neighboring Georgia as part of an internationally-brokered agreement to end the weeklong military conflict over two breakaway provinces.
The U.S. military's plan to shoot down a defunct spy satellite rather than let it fall out of the sky was delayed by rough seas and and strong winds in the Pacific Ocean. Experts debate the effort and how it…
Despite warnings from the U.N. Security Council that a nuclear test would lead to severe consequences, North Korea claimed Monday it set off its first nuclear test.
A suspected arms dealer appeared in a federal court after his arrest in an international sting for attempting to arrange the sale of a missile to what he thought was a Muslim terrorist planning to shoot down a passenger plane…
Iraq continued the destruction of its supply of al-Samoud 2 missiles on Monday, but warned it may stop the process if the United States continues preparations for war.
Iraqi officials announced Friday they would comply with a U.N. order to destroy their al-Samoud 2 missile program.
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