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On the Scene: Last foot patrol of Pace's career

The walk in Ramadi was never supposed to happen. A sandstorm grounded Gen. Peter Pace and his entourage, who were planning on leaving the city after a quick visit during his final tour of Iraq.

On the Scene: The bottom line on threat reports -- Is America safer?

So let's cut to the chase on the new National Intelligence Estimate: Does it show America is safer today than it was on September 10, 2001 -- or not?

On the Scene: See you in September, Bush tells Congress

After watching all of the talk about Iraq in President Bush's news conference Thursday, I couldn't get a certain song by the popular band Green Day out of my head -- "Wake Me Up When September Ends."

Toobin: School ruling 'a victory for conservatives'

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down public school choice plans in Seattle, Washington, and Louisville, Kentucky. The court ruled the two cases relied on an unconstitutional use of racial criteria, reflecting the deep legal and social rift over the issues of race, affirmative action and education.

Robertson: Saudis change tactics

Saudi security forces have arrested 172 al Qaeda suspects who were planning attacks inside and outside the kingdom, officials said Friday.

Amanpour: Troop release unlikely to defuse tensions with Iran

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad surprised many international observers Wednesday when he said his government would pardon and free 15 British sailors and marines captured last month.

Analysis: Egypt's ailing democracy movement

It was a time when you felt you were covering a profound historic shift.

Toobin: Not telling straight story a big part of firestorm

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Tuesday that "mistakes were made" in the dismissals of several federal prosecutors, but rejected Democrats' calls for his resignation on the same day that his chief of staff stepped down.

Toobin: Presidential pardon may be on Libby agenda

A federal jury Tuesday found I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby guilty of obstruction of justice, making false statements and perjury in the investigation into how Valerie Plame's identity as a CIA operative was exposed.

Gupta: Determining critical patients from crash

Six people, including four college athletes, were killed Friday when their tour bus crashed through a wall and plummeted 30 feet from a bridge onto a busy interstate.

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