White House, GOP Ratchet Up Rhetoric on 'Repsonsible' Deal for Payroll Tax Cut…
In an interview Thursday with Jeffrey Brown, presidential hopeful and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman said that wealthy Americans will need to share sacrifices to help get the U.S. economy back on track. He also discussed the latest developments in…
Kathleen Sebelius and Sen. Orrin Hatch discuss the president's compromise on health care.
Developing nations will begin receiving donated H1N1 vaccine Thursday, just as the U.S. shortage is waning and some European nations find themselves with more vaccine than they can handle.
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch speaks with Judy Woodruff about Sen. Kennedy's life, legacy, battle with brain cancer and their unlikely friendship.
Federal charges against five Blackwater Worldwide guards were unsealed Monday in relation to a 2007 incident in Baghdad that left 14 Iraqis dead and another 20 injured. NPR reporter Dina Temple-Raston discusses the charges and the legal strategy on both…
Blackwater Worldwide security guards fired on innocent Iraqis with a machine gun and launched a grenade into a girls' school during a gruesome Baghdad shooting in 2007, prosecutors said Monday in announcing manslaughter charges against five guards.
A rescue effort for six trapped miners at the Crandall Canyon Mine in Utah took a tragic turn Thursday when three workers were killed. A reporter who has been covering the story provides an update.
By PBS NewsHour
Officials suspended efforts to rescue six trapped coal miners in Huntington, Utah Friday after a second collapse killed three and injured six people trying to find the miners.
Recent droughts and temperature spikes have sparked fires in California, Utah and other western states. An expert discusses the dangerous weather conditions.
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