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By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
On Thursday three Israels and 15 Palestinians were killed as Hamas missile barrages and Israeli air strikes continue for a second day. These photos catalog the events of the past 48 hours as the violence escalates.
Students of Chicago Public Schools Back in Class, Broader Reform Issues Remain…
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U.S. officials confirmed on Tuesday that al-Qaida's Abu Yahya al-Libi had been killed in a drone strike inside Pakistan. Jeffrey Brown reports on the most recent blow to the terror network.
A year ago, a U.S. strike successfully eliminated al-Qaida's leader, but Osama bin Laden's death was just one step in the decline of the most feared terror network in the world. Judy Woodruff, The Washington Post's David Ignatius and the…
A Year After Bin Laden Death, U.S. Maintains Drone Campaign vs. aAl-Qaida…
Israeli leaders say time is running short for diplomatic and non-military responses to Iran's nuclear program. Margaret Warner asks experts and journalists how an Israeli military strike against Iran might be carried out and what the repercussions could be.
A U.S. airstrike in Yemen killed Anwar al-Awlaki, a high-level U.S.-born cleric linked to al-Qaida who had been involved in several terror plots against the United States. Ray Suarez reports.
Greek Parliament passed a bill to implement a new austerity plan Thursday, and Britain was in the throes of a national civil servant strike. Margaret Warner discusses whether austerity measures will likely help those countries with MIT's Simon Johnson and…
Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces in a late-night raid over the weekend on his compound in the relatively affluent town of Abbottabad, just outside Pakistan's capital of Islamabad. Special correspondent Saima Mohsin reports on locals'…
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