Question: I’d love to see a discussion on future growth in the American economy. As we’ve witnessed, the financial services sector clearly has a limits to what it can yield. What are the sectors that can keep America an economic…
In the United Kingdom, a debate has erupted over how the government-operated health care system is being portrayed recently in the United States.
A report looks at international peacekeeping efforts in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, where Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited this week.
From drug violence to H1N1 flu, President Obama, Mexican President Felipe Calderon, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tackled a long list of issues at a summit Monday.
According to published reports, 191 British soldiers have died in Afghanistan since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001, surpassing the number killed in Iraq after the 2003 invasion and adding to Britain's concerns over the war.
Nearly a dozen union leaders met with President Obama Monday in an effort to gain support for key legislation now before Congress. Ray Suarez talks with experts about the bills and their potential impact on workers and employers.
By PBS NewsHour
More than 40 people died in series of bomb attacks across Iraq Thursday, as the country continues its struggle to improve security.
Stressing "common interests," President Obama made the case Tuesday for a renewed spirit of cooperation between the United States and Russia. Margaret Warner speaks with Gwen Ifill from Moscow.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In new signs that the recession may be ebbing, orders for big-ticket manufactured goods rose by 1.9 percent and the number of new jobless claims fell, although the number continuing to receive unemployment remained at the highest level since 1967.
American ship Capt. Richard Phillips tried to swim away from his Somali captors Friday but was quickly recaptured, as another pirate ship and a U.S. warship headed to the scene about 200 miles off the coast of Somalia. A reporter…
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