After Attorney General Michael Mukasey took charge of the Justice Department, he called for an evaluation of the legalities of the "waterboarding" interrogation tactic. In an interview, Mukasey considers the waterboarding debate, charges against Sept. 11 suspects and the strength…
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto pledged to continue to push for a return to civilian rule in defiance of attackers who killed more than 100 people Thursday. After an Independent Television News report, journalists in Karachi provide an update…
A recent book shed light on Mother Teresa's struggles with her personal faith. Richard Rodriguez presents an essay on the religious icon and how she wrestled with her beliefs.
Army Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker continued a second day of Iraq testimony with an appearance in the Senate. Crocker said a troop pullout would threaten political progress, but many senators criticized the state of affairs in Iraq.
Speeches, vigils, and other events across the country marked the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. Americans touched by the disaster remembered the 3,000 lives lost that day.
The parents of Peter Alderman, a 25-year-old victim of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, have developed a foundation to provide mental health services to international victims of violence. They discuss their efforts to honor their son's memory with Gwen Ifill.
Osama bin Laden addressed the American people in a new al-Qaida video that was broadcast on Al-Jazeera television Friday. Security analysts assess what it says about bin Laden's status and what it could mean for the United States.
Liberal and conservative organizations have launched multi-million dollar advertising campaigns to pressure members of Congress to support their positions on the Iraq war. Representatives from both camps present their views.
A federal jury in Miami convicted Jose Padilla on all three counts of supporting overseas Islamic terrorist groups, including al-Qaida. A reporter who covered the trial provides an update.
A South Korean envoy headed to Afghanistan Wednesday, hoping to win the release of 22 South Korean hostages taken by the Taliban last week. One hostage was killed Tuesday. Experts talk about the status of the fighters.
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