Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a group of diplomats that "it's time for Gadhafi to go," as several countries moved to impose sanctions and other measures on Gadhafi, his family and senior Libyan officials. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television…
As the U.N. reports more than 170 deaths in Ivory Coast, Judy Woodruff talks to State Department official William Fitzgerald about election unrest in the African nation.
Jim Lehrer talks with former Secretary of State Shultz about a new documentary examining the Reagan White House.
Gen. Alexander Haig, who served as Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan and as an aide in the Nixon administration, died Saturday at age 85. Robert MacNeil sat down with Haig in 1987 during his bid for the Republican presidential…
Lahore, generally considered Pakistan's cultural hub, has experienced several terrorist attacks this year, which has put the city on edge. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the city Thursday and promised more U.S. assistance. Margaret Warner provides an on-the-ground report.
President Barack Obama stressed the importance of new strategic and economic dialogue between the United States and China. Margaret Warner reports on the beginning of the talks and what they mean for international relations between the two countries.
In other news, new home sales leapt 11 percent in June, the largest monthly gain in nearly nine years, and the U.S. warned Iran it could face tough sanctions if it rejects talks on its nuclear program.
In other news, better-than-expected earnings from several companies, combined with strong housing figures pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average above 9,000 for the first time since January, and three mayors in New Jersey were arrested on corruption charges.
Former Secretary of State James Baker and former congressman Lee Hamilton, co-chairs of the 2006 Iraq Study Group, testified before Congress Friday on war powers legislation. In an interview with Jim Lehrer, Baker and Hamilton examine Iraq, Afghanistan and Obama's…
In her first trip abroad as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton fused serious policy discussion with lighter conversations as she toured Asia. Analysts discuss how her approach to diplomacy is developing.
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