Three people died in a suicide bombing Monday in the northwest city of Peshawar, Pakistan.
In this week's Washington Report, David Sanger of The NYT discusses the Senate's health care reform bill and President Obama's meeting with Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu.
The wall separating east and west Berlin fell November 9, 1989. Twenty years later, thousands of Berliners are celebrating the day it fell.
The House voted narrowly to pass its health care reform bill Saturday. Now the Senate takes up its own health care reform debate.
City Opera opened its season last night in a refurbished David H. Koch Theater. Justin Davidson of New York magazine tells us how it sounded.
The Canyon of Heroes gets underway Friday morning in downtown Manhattan, with a ticker-tape parade for the World Series-winning New York Yankees.
Two more American service members died in a roadside bombing in southern Afghanistan Friday.
America's unemployment rate surpassed 10 percent this month, for the first time since 1983.
Gunmen in Islamabad, Pakistan attacked military personnel Friday.
Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the army psychiatrist suspected of killing 13 people and wounding more than 30 at Fort Hood, Texas, is alive.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he won't run for another term in January's elections.
House Democrats are confident that their 10-year, $1.2 trillion health care reform bill will pass this weekend, especially with the AARP's potential endorsement.
The U.S. military says two more American soldiers died in Iraq Wednesday - one in combat and one from noncombat-related injuries.
The United Nations will temporarily relocate more than half its staff to a more secure location than Afghanistan. The decision comes after the Talibans's attack on a guest house in Kabul left five staffers dead last week.
The Yanks won their 27th World Series last night, beating the Philadelphia Philles 7-3. Hideki Matsui was named the series MVP.
Classical music will be celebrated at the White House today.
Garden State voters have passed a referendum in 15 of its 21 counties that authorizes New Jersey to borrow $400 million for open space initiatives.
New York City middle and high school students can stop by clinics to get free swine flu vaccinations starting this weekend.
Today security forces have clashed with anti-government protestors outside the former U.S. Embassy in Iran.
New York City voters elected a number of Asian-Americans to office for the first time Tuesday.