International conflicts in Sudan, Chechnya and Israel continued to flare up this week as the GOP held their national convention in New York. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., and Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., debate President Bush's foreign policy and how problems…
A female suicide bomber killed at least 10 and injured more than 50 others outside a subway station in Moscow Tuesday night. Militant Islamists later claimed responsibility for the attack.
By PBS NewsHour
Traces of explosives were found in the wreckage of one of the two airliners that went down in Russia earlier this week, indicating terrorism was the likely cause of the crash, Russian security officials said Friday.
As delegates, journalists and others flock to Manhattan this week for the Republican National Convention, the city is spending millions of dollars on security precautions against a potential terrorist attack or violent protest.
Investigators found traces of explosives, an indicator of terrorism, at the wreckage site of one of the two Russian airplanes downed this week. Ray Suarez speaks with regional experts about who might be responsible for the crashes that killed 90…
A Sudanese official attending peace talks with opposition rebel leaders in Abuja Monday rejected a proposal by members of the African Union to deploy troops to the Darfur region of Sudan to help protect civilians and disarm rebels.
Florida residents returning to their homes Monday dug through wreckage left by Hurricane Charley's 145 mph winds as it swept across the state and up the East Coast over the weekend.
The leaders of the 9/11 commission criticized the Transportation Security Administration at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing Monday for moving too slowly on its mandate to secure the nation's airways, railways and ports. Kwame Holman reviews today's testimony.
Florida officials ordered nearly 2 million people to evacuate from the path of Hurricane Charley, which was bearing down on Florida's coast Friday.
Hurricane Charley churned the seas off the west coast of Florida and brought torrential rain and 145-mile-per-hour winds. Terence Smith reports on the track of the Category 4 hurricane AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Bastardi. Then Florida's Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings discusses…
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