[LESS INFO] 18 VIEWS | ADDED 17:26:51 10/01/07
Insurgent groups in Iraq and Afghanistan are using handheld video cameras to chronicle their operations, including the assembly and emplacement of roadside bombs targeting U.S. forces, to recruit and raise money. Ben Venzke, CEO of the counterterror intelligence group IntelCenter, explains the role of such video in insurgent movements.
[LESS INFO] 25 VIEWS | ADDED 13:27:02 08/30/07
Valerie Schexnayder is the only resident living on Reynes Street in the hardest hit area of the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans.
[LESS INFO] 20 VIEWS | ADDED 17:00:29 08/20/07
Den. Hillary Rodham Clinton tries to connect with voters at the Iowa State Fair.
[LESS INFO] 20 VIEWS | ADDED 13:14:40 08/15/07
Aug. 11, 2007 - A brutal triple murder in the quiet suburban town Cheshire, Conn., underscores a crime wave underway in bedroom communities across America, where statistics are showing the biggest increase in violent criminal activity in years.
[LESS INFO] 21 VIEWS | ADDED 13:11:17 08/15/07
Life in American Samoa revolves around family and football. High Schooler Ne'emia Vitale aspires to leave the island to play college football in the U.S.
[LESS INFO] 41 VIEWS | ADDED 22:27:29 07/06/07
Richard Hoffman was 18 years old when he deployed to Vietnam in 1967. The young Marine Cpl. Hoffman was wounded by a grenade after only a few months and returned to the states to recover. He didn't realize it then, but he suffered the classic symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Only after a violent outburst at his home in 1984 did he finally seek help for PTSD.
[LESS INFO] 35 VIEWS | ADDED 00:00:00 06/27/07
China's staggering economic growth has overshadowed a more subtle shift in Chinese society. In classrooms, children learn the importance of honoring their parents and ancestors, even as the elderly complain of loneliness and neglect.
[LESS INFO] 18 VIEWS | ADDED 00:00:00 06/26/07
China's staggering economic growth has overshadowed a more subtle shift in Chinese society. In domestic life, many women are now ignore the advice of their mothers and grandmothers, turning instead to counseling hotlines and, increasingly, divorce.