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After months of agitation by protesters, Egypt's former President Mubarak and two sons will stand trial on charges of murder, attempted murder and abuse of power. Margaret Warner discusses how the legal action could shape Egypt's transition with Arab Reform…
Review of the events following the devastating earthquake that struck Japan a week ago.
From Cairo, Margaret Warner reports on the day's protests in Tahrir Square and reactions to President Hosni Mubarak's announcement that he's handing over some powers to Vice President Omar Suleiman, but not resigning immediately as many had expected.
Margaret Warner talks to Meghan O'Sullivan of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and Feisal Istrabadi of Indiana University about the new Iraqi government and its long to-do list.
After an eight-month stalemate, Iraqi leaders have reached an agreement that keeps Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in power but distributes other key posts. Despite ongoing tensions between Maliki and his primary rival, Iyad Allawi, many hope this will stave off…
Over the weekend, China flexed its economic and military power when Japan gave into demands by releasing a trawler captain. Margaret Warner examines China's growing assertiveness in the region.
Judy Woodruff looks at the political power of Sarah Palin, her political endorsements and her use of social media with reporters Jeff Zeleny of The New York Times and Libby Casey of the Alaska Public Radio Network.
By Margaret Warner
BAGHDAD | "Let me tell you a joke," the man in the blue jumpsuit and white hard hat said to me Wednesday. "A family joke." I was standing in one of the control rooms of the four-stack Doura power station…
As the United Nations began its conference on nuclear weapons, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad drew ire with accusations that the U.S. is leading the charge to intimidate non-nuclear states. Margaret Warner reports on the growing tensions between Iran and Western…
In the latest installment in his series on innovation during the recession, Tom Bearden examines how one architect is turning unlikely items into environmentally friendly homes he calls "earthships."…
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