On the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, memories of the destruction and victims remain fresh in people's minds. Eight Americans talk to Jim Lehrer about how the day's events have impacted their lives.
President Bush has begun a series of speeches to boost support for the war on terrorism. A Democrat and Republican debate U.S. foreign policy and its impacts on mid-term elections.
As the war between Israel and Hezbollah comes to an end, Israeli soldiers express anger over the loss of their comrades who were called into active duty from the reserves.
Mexico began a partial recount of presidential ballots Wednesday, while protesters blockaded the offices of three major foreign-owned banks, demanding a full recount of the July 2 election.
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants participated in economic boycotts across the United States. Two guests discuss the motivations of the protesters and the future of illegal immigrants in the U.S.
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants protested across the United States in response to congressional battles over immigration reform. Correspondents from Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington, D.C. report on the protests and workplace boycotts.
By PBS NewsHour
Pressure for Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to end his troubled rule escalated over the weekend as growing opposition turned to mass uprisings in several of the island nation's cities.
Demonstrators took to the streets in cities across the United States Saturday to protest the war in Iraq, with over 100,000 people marching against the war in New York City.
President Bush said Tuesday he would not allow the weekend's protests against a possible war in Iraq change U.S. policy toward the government of Saddam Hussein.
As Israeli forces continued to press into parts of the West Bank, demonstrators took to the streets throughout the Middle East and other countries to protest Israel's latest effort to crack down on Palestinian militants and suicide bombers.
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