Israeli tanks, planes and ground forces pounded Gaza on Monday, seizing buildings on the outskirts of Gaza City, even as world leaders headed for the region to press for a truce.
The British Parliament on Monday considered changes to its income and sales taxes as a means to alleviate the economic downturn. Margaret Warner reports from London about the proposed stimulus plan.
At a meeting at Camp David in Maryland on Monday, President Bush and new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown vowed unity on the war on terrorism and Iraq. Analysts discuss the leaders' agenda and the relationship between the United States…
Britain ushered in Gordon Brown as prime minister Wednesday to replace Tony Blair, who served a decade in office. A British journalist and a foreign policy analyst provide some insight on the new prime minister's vision for Britain.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Just hours after stepping down as British prime minister Wednesday, Tony Blair was tapped by the European Union, Russia, the United States and the United Nations to head international efforts to bring peace to the Middle East.
The Senate passed an energy bill Thursday, while Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., released an online video spoofing the "The Sopranos." Mark Shields and Rich Lowry discuss the week's political news.
Members of the Group of Eight industrialized nations met in Germany Wednesday for the start of a three-day summit at which a main topic will be climate change. A German journalist and American international policy advocate discuss the conference.
Outgoing British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush met at the White House Thursday, where they held a press conference and defended their decision to go to war in Iraq.
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz was negotiating with the bank's board Wednesday over his future there, following widespread criticism of his handling of a pay raise and a promotion for his girlfriend. A Financial Times reporter provides an update on…
President Bush and senators discussed a war funding bill that would require the Iraqi government to meet certain benchmarks. Mark Shields and David Brooks consider this development and British Prime Minister Tony Blair's departure.
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