Expelled United Nations inspectors left North Korea Tuesday as the communist country accused the United States of planning an invasion and vowed to "fight to the last man" in its own defense.
Suicide bombers rammed two trucks packed with explosives into the headquarters of Chechnya's pro-Moscow government in Grozny on Friday, killing at least 46 people and wounding some 70 others.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency confirmed Friday that North Korea has ordered the expulsion of inspectors who have been monitoring a reactor capable of producing plutonium for nuclear weapons.
Ray Suarez looks at the seven final design options for the World Trade Center memorial, and talks to one of the submitting architects, Daniel Libeskind, about the symbolism, vision and logistics involved in his proposal.
A look at a United Nations report denouncing by name governments and guerrilla groups that have recruited children to fight their wars.
Iraq's weapons declaration contained information gaps and little new material on its programs, chief United Nations inspector Hans Blix told the U.N. Security Council Thursday.
Federal officials arrested five men in Dallas Wednesday on allegations they helped fund terrorists. Terence Smith discusses the recent financial crackdown with a correspondent of Time Magazine, and a writer from the New York Times.
Secretary of State Colin Powell responded to the Iraq weapons declaration Thursday after chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix's met with the U.N. Security Council. Kwame Holman reports.
British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw criticized Iraq's 12,000- page weapons declaration Wednesday saying the Iraqi government failed to deliver a "full and complete" report. Experts discuss the implications of the continuing international response to the Iraqi declaration and the potential…
Gwen Ifill reports on the British criticism of Iraq's weapons dossier and possible American responses.
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