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Ex-prosecutor: Gonzales owes apology to 7 others

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is on the defensive Wednesday, trying to fend off calls for him to resign after a mass firing of U.S. attorneys. Eight of them were pink-slipped -- seven on one day. Critics say it was a politically motivated move.

A top U.S. commander's view from the ground

Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno returns to Baghdad with perhaps the most difficult job in the U.S. military -- to stop Iraq's brutal insurgency and help pave the way for Iraqi troops to take over their country's security.

A top U.S. commander's view from the ground

Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno returns to Baghdad with perhaps the most difficult job in the U.S. military -- to stop Iraq's brutal insurgency and help pave the way for Iraqi troops to take over their country's security.

Toobin: Cruelty-free execution is difficult

After it took 34 minutes for an inmate in Florida to die by injection, Gov. Jeb Bush on Friday ordered a moratorium on all executions in the state. Meanwhile, a federal judge in California ruled Friday that lethal injection could be unconstitutionally cruel and unusual punishment and stopped executions in that state.

Dr. Gupta on breast cancer decline: Hormone replacement therapy is key

The number of new breast cancer cases dropped by 7 percent in 2003, according to research presented at a breast cancer conference in San Antonio, Texas, on Thursday. But some cancer experts wonder whether the decline will last. CNN's Soledad O'Brien discussed the new findings with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

Analyst on N. Korea: Arms race greater danger than terrorism

North Korea's purported test of a nuclear device has set off alarms around the world, sparking intense diplomatic efforts and concerns of a regional arms race and terrorism repercussions.

Kevin Lidle: 'I'm in some kind of state of shock'

New York Yankees' pitcher Cory Lidle was killed when his plane crashed into a residential high-rise on Manhattan's Upper East Side on Wednesday. His twin, Kevin Lidle, talked with CNN's Larry King by telephone from Lakeland, Florida, about his bond with his brother and his terrible loss.

Transcript: U.S. Northern Command commander

Though terrorism isn't suspected in the New York incident, U.S. Northern Command decided to scramble jets over several cities as a precautionary measure.

Professor: Gunman's motivation was slow to build

The man who killed five schoolgirls and himself Monday at an Amish schoolhouse told his wife shortly before the attack that he had molested two young relatives when he was 12 and was dreaming of molesting again, Pennsylvania state police told reporters Tuesday.

Former agent: No evidence Clinton OK'd specific plan to kill bin Laden

Amid rumors of Osama bin Laden's death from illness, former President Bill Clinton and the Bush administration argued this week over who did more to kill the al Qaeda leader before the September 11 attacks.

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