The earthquake that rocked central Mexico Tuesday afternoon has killed more than 200 people and sparked desperate searches for survivors and victims in rubble across Mexico City. Judy Woodruff speaks with Gus Valcarcel of the Associated Press to get an…
By PBS NewsHour
Watch this 360 video of three brothers driving a truck through Houston floodwaters to help fellow Texans.
By Abbey Oldham and Elizabeth Flock
After reaching the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, a plane evacuating at least one of the station’s 48 workers in need of urgent medical care began the return trip back to South America early Wednesday.
By Daniel Moritz-Rabson
Rescuers continued search attempts Thursday for hundreds of missing passengers from a capsized ferry that sank 12 miles off the coast of South Korea.
By Justin Scuiletti
Democrats Stress Importance of Detroit Bailout in Saving U.S. Jobs…
EU Ambassador to the United States Joao Vale de Almeida told Jeffrey Brown an agreement among eurozone nations that includes creating a bank rescue fund is a "major step forward" in solving the region's debt crisis.
In Turkey's, 'There Are Lives to Be Saved and No Time to Waste' After Earthquake…
The Japan Red Cross is working around the clock to provide food, shelter and medical services to the many people injured and displaced by Friday's earthquake and tsunami.
By PBS NewsHour
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified before a House committee Thursday, facing questions on the Fed's role in pushing Bank of America to acquire the struggling Merrill Lynch during the height of the Wall Street meltdown.
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