Victims Compensation Fund Special Master Kenneth Feinberg talks about his announcement to award September 11 families more money than originally planned.
Two German and three Danish soldiers were killed today in an accidental explosion at a munitions site in the Afghan capital.
U.S. troops and Afghan allies fought their way to Taliban and al-Qaida bunkers amid heavy fire in eastern Afghanistan's ice-covered mountains Tuesday, in one of the bloodiest offensives to date.
Despite continued attacks and counterattacks between Israelis and Palestinians, a Saudi plan to bring peace to the region appears to be gaining support. Margaret Warner discusses the proposal with three guests.
Despite continued attacks and counterattacks between Israelis and Palestinians, a Saudi plan to bring peace to the region appears to be gaining support.
Fighting in eastern Afghanistan intensified over the weekend and has claimed the lives of at least eight U.S. soldiers. A journalist and a military veteran assess the goals and planning of the latest military action in the region.
Simon Marks explores the Indonesian and Singaporean roles in the fight against terrorism, in the wake of two foiled terrorist plots.
Elizabeth Farnsworth interviews architect Sami Angawi in the final portion of her three-part series of reports from Saudi Arabia, a nation that has remained largely inaccessible to foreign reporters.
Canadian figure skating pair Jamie Sale and David Pelletier will be awarded gold medals for their performance on Monday, after a French judge admitted to submitting to pressure and inappropriately placing a Russian pair in first place.
In the second of three reports, Elizabeth Farnsworth explores the debate over Islam, education and culture in Saudi Arabia.
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