It's no coincidence that ISIS prisoners are kept in bright orange jumpsuits. The terrorist group took the idea from the US, who places Guantanamo Bay prisoners in the same garb — and that's not the only way terrorists have been able to crib from American actions.
Eleven years after the attacks of 9/11, PBS Frontline reporter Arun Rath looks at the evolving image of Bin Laden in parts of South Asia and the Middle East.
Egypt is by far the largest Arab country, by population and events there tend to reverberate throughout the region.
New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, who twice won the Pulitzer Prize, has died on assignment in Syria.
A discussion on the unfolding events in Libya and revolutions across the Middle East.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Rami Khouri, director of the Public Policy Institute at the American University in Beirut, for the perspective on President Obama's speech on the Middle East in places such as Syria, Bahrain and Yemen.
Vice President Joe Biden travels to Lebanon today to meet with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman in Beirut. The meeting is a show of U.S. support for a leader facing tough elections in two weeks. Why is Washington so concerned about this Lebanese vote?