Daily Beast contributor Philip Shenon, a former New York Times investigative reporter, speaks with Judy Woodruff about who and what is behind the online whistle-blower website WikiLeaks.
Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks released thousands of U.S. military documents related to the Afghan war on Sunday, creating a major stir among government officials and raising questions about Pakistani involvement in the war.
The Treasury Department's pay czar Ken Feinberg on Friday accused 17 Wall Street banks of overpaying executives during the financial crisis after receiving bailout money, but said the banks hadn't violated any laws. Jeffrey Brown discusses the matter with the…
The latest report from the Labor Department showed the unemployment rate climbed to 8.5 percent in March. Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project, offers insight on the numbers.
By PBS NewsHour
Jonathan Choy, owner of a martial arts equipment shop and ping pong club in the heart of New York City's Chinatown, is conflicted about the violent protests that have disrupted the Olympic torch relay.
Kurdish officials and Iraq's central government reached an agreement on conditions for sharing oil revenue Wednesday, clearing one obstacle for an oil law anxiously awaited by the U.S. government.
The House ethics committee said Friday that although House Republican leaders were negligent and "willfully ignorant" of former Rep. Mark Foley's behavior toward male pages, they broke no rules in their handling of the situation. Washington Post reporter Charles Babbington…
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