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A suicide attack that killed five outside a mall Monday prompted the Israeli government to order new strikes against the leaders of the militant group Islamic Jihad and raised the specter of increased violence in the Middle Eastern nation.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Monday defended the CIA practice of snatching and transferring terror suspects overseas for questioning, a tactic also known as rendition.
Members of the former 9/11 Commission gave the government mostly failing grades Monday on improving security. Following a background report, two members of the House Homeland Security Committee assess the commission's criticisms.
U.N. officials investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri will question five Syrian witnesses in Vienna starting Monday, a senior U.N. official said.
As winter weather sweeps into the Himalayan Mountains, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees talks about the plight of people made homeless by the Oct. 8 earthquake.
2005 marks a record year for the number and strength of hurricanes originating in the Atlantic Ocean. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles reports from Guatemala, a country hit particularly hard by the massive storms.
Three months after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, many families are still struggling to find new jobs, homes and a return to a normal lifestyle.
Jose Padilla, a U.S. citizen held for three years as an enemy combatant suspected of planning a "dirty bomb" attack on the United States, has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder and aid terrorists overseas, the Justice Department said.
Jeffrey Brown traveled with jazz musician Michael White and documentary filmmaker Michael Murphy to visit White's home in one of the flood-ravaged sections of the city. After touring the damage to his home, White and Brown discussed the situation in…
Suicide bomb attacks and other forms of violence have more than doubled this year in Afghanistan. A U.S. military officer who served in Afghanistan and a journalist who covers the region discuss possible causes for the upsurge.
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