Early Stages of Boston Investigation Yields Family Stories, Bomb Fragments…
Reflecting on Lessons Learned From the U.S. Invasion of Iraq, 10 Years Later…
Relations with Iran continue to be strained as that country shows no signs of halting its nuclear program. Vice President Biden and the Iranian foreign minister both said publicly they favored direct talks -- a possibility firmly dismissed after a…
Margaret Warner speaks with former Senators Bob Graham and Jim Talent about a new report that grades the U.S. ability to respond to a terrorist attack utilizing weapons of mass destruction.
In other news, airlines are experiencing a 25 percent decrease in holiday travel this year as more people are opting for trains and buses. Also, weekly jobless claims dipped below 500,000 for the first time since January.
Robert Novak, longtime influential conservative newspaper columnist and television panelist, died Tuesday of cancer. He was 78.
New U.S. economic sanctions leveled against Iran last week over Tehran's nuclear program further fueled debate about the possibility of U.S. military action against the country. Two writers offer their perspectives on what the next steps should be for U.S.
By PBS NewsHour
The search for biological, chemical and nuclear weapons in Iraq officially ended just before Christmas with nothing substantial found, members of the Iraq Survey Group said in interviews this week.
Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction or the immediate capability of producing them prior to the 2003 Iraq War, the chief U.S. weapons inspector for Iraq said in a report released Wednesday.
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