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Crisis in Lebanon.

Money & Markets

DAVID HAFFENREFFER, CNNfn ANCHOR, MONEY & MARKETS: The release of audio and videotapes today that appeared to come from Osama bin Laden and his second in command are stark reminders that al Qaeda remains a potent threat to the <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns =...

The Early Show


The Right Balance

Analysis of the Democratic National Convention speeches: no clear identification of the enemy.

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Next Up, Libya’ s Bid To Join UN Human Rights Council

At the UN, it gets ever worse. Iran, a world hub of misogyny, just got a seat on the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women. Next up, Libya is now in the running for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council. Unless the engagement-loving Obama administration engages full force to somehow block...

Diplomatic License

Welcome to DIPLOMATIC LICENSE. I’m Richard Roth, in New York.

Dateline: Washington

Tzipi Livni’s election as head of the Kadima party in Israel.

News Update

Marriott hotel bombing in Islamabad, Pakistan. 

Money & Markets

DAVID HAFFENREFFER, CNNfn ANCHOR, MONEY & MARKETS: As you just saw, Arabic language programs have surged in popularity since 1998, and the 2001 terrorist attacks against the U.S. brought an even greater need for an understanding of Middle East and its cultures.

John Batchelor Show

Al qaeda’s Ramadan offensive with attacks in Mauritania, Yemen and Pakistan.

Bush Stands Firm on Iraq War, Signals Themes of Re-election Bid

WASHINGTON _ President George W. Bush delivered on Sunday a robust defense of his presidency, from his policy toward Iraq to his handling of the economy to his blunt style, declaring that above all else the United States is engaged in a global war on terrorism it cannot afford to lose.


Prime Time America

Abu Yahya al-Libi, jihadist ideologue.

PJTV Daily

The Iranian nuclear threat.

The News Hour with Judy Swallow

News Update

The U.S. election in the future in the Middle East.

Bush Appeals to Jews and Muslims

When Norm Coleman was growing up as a Jewish kid in Brooklyn in the 1950s and 1960s, it seemed to him that Republicans were from another country. “We were born Democrats,” Coleman recalls to Insight. “It’s not a joke; I never met a Republican or a Lutheran until I went to college.”


Charlotte’s Morning News Weekend

Prospect of parterning with Iran as a solution to Afghanistan.

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Washington Journal

Zawahiri’s latest message.

News Update

Turkey US relations and economy.

Strategy Room

Discussion of the al qaeda role in the Mumbai attack.


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