What's on the mind of the ole' Ayatollah. Oh, you know, the usual.
Matthew Lee's insistent probing reveals the shallow nature of the State Department’s case against Assange. His exchange with a spokeswoman is a reminder of the value of an assertive press.
The New York Times highlights the second set of 1,000 US soldiers killed while serving in Afghanistan. A powerful visual, it's a reminder of a war that is continuing and has an unclear end.
Julian Assange has called for an end to the U.S. witch-hunt, but America needs to send a clear message of zero tolerance for espionage.
The numbers are moving in favor of Romney and the models are predicting his victory.
In recent weeks, all indications have pointed to an increasingly imminent Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities.
Despite the hype, Israel won't attack Iran before the U.S. election
The civil war in Syria could collapse the balance of power in the Mideast. Depending on how things go, it could be very bloody, or we can have peace.