The United Nations' chief weapons inspectors say Iraq will need to show increased cooperation in order to escape another unsatisfactory report to the U.N. Security Council.
Members of the U.N. Security Council offered mixed responses to U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell's presentation of evidence he said proved that Iraq is not disarming as ordered under U.N. resolution 1441.
Secretary of State Colin Powell presented a barrage of photos and statements from informants in his report to the United Nations Security Council Wednesday on the "undeniable" evidence that Iraq has defied calls for disarmament.
Following Secretary of State Colin Powell's U.N. presentation today, guests provide analysis on the secretary's speech and the response from Security Council members.
Security Council members responded this afternoon to Powell's address. Kwame Holman reports.
Secretary of State Colin Powell presented evidence to the United Nations Security Council to make a case against Iraq. Gwen Ifill reports.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush on Firday urged Iraq to move swiftly to prove it has disarmed in order to escape a military confrontation. However, Blair's support of the U.S. position on Iraq has caused him political…
Iraqi ambassador to the U.N. Mohammed Aldouri discusses his country's response to the U.N. weapons inspectors report presented to the United Nations Security Council this week.
A Boston judge handed down a life sentence Wednesday for Richard Reid, the alleged al-Qaida member who pleaded guilty to attempting to blow up a jetliner using explosives in his shoe.
Four Europeans provide perspectives on the growing division in Europe over a possible U.S.-led war with Iraq.
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