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CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the new crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and why governments in the region are so wary of the Islamist group.
Magnitude-8.2 quake hit overnight and killed several; Chile’s president sends in troops to prevent looting and round up escaped prisoners
Suicide bomber in military uniform kills at least 6 police at Interior Ministry, the agency tasked with keeping weekend elections safe
Group says Israel pushing ahead with construction in largely Palestinian area as U.S. effort to revive peace talks hangs by thread
Malaysian inspector general says world may never know "reason for this incident," and with each passing day, that frustrating prospect grows
8.2-magnitude quake sparks tsunami warning, evacuation of coastal areas but only 5 deaths reported; 300 inmates escape women's prison
Flash Points: CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss a still-classified report from the Senate Intelligence Committee that allegedly shows the CIA for years misled Congress about its now-defunct detention interrogation program.
An Israeli hard-liner claims Jonathan Pollard is against a Palestinian prisoner swap for him; White House coy about whether Obama is considering it
Amid Ukraine turmoil, NATO calls for plans to better protect alliance members that feel threatened by Vladimir Putin's Kremlin
Prime Minister Cameron orders British intelligence agencies to begin investigating Muslim Brotherhood following a recent increase in London based activity
3 years after nuclear disaster, some former residents aren’t all that eager to take advantage of government’s permission to return
Official says deal emerging that could see man convicted of spying for Israel freed in exchange for hundreds of Palestinian prisoners
As Russia puts squeeze on smaller neighbor with gas bill hike, police in Kiev go after nationalist radicals who helped chase out Kremlin-backed president
Officials change account of pilots' last radio transmission, adding to confusion and frustration families of the missing are feeling
A descendant of royals, an eye doctor, and a former World Bank official appear to be the leading candidates to replace Hamid Karzai
Latest Russian troop movements leave Ukrainian officials baffled; diplomatic solution to crisis no nearer