Rouhani: a consensus on the past
Asia Times Online
There is going to be some confusion, given the week of insistent brand naming of Iran's president-elect Hassan Rouhani as a "reformist". Is Rouhani a "reformist"? Why else did Iran's former reformist president Mohamed Khatami endorse his candidacy?
Tehran Spring: Iran's election raises moderate hopes
Khamenei wanted a moderate president
Tajikistan congratulates Rohani
China media: G8 summit
Media feel whistleblower Edward Snowden's latest revelations on surveillance have overshadowed the ongoing G8 summit in Northern Ireland. Beijing's state-run China Daily says Mr Snowden's revelations, made in a web-chat with the readers of The ...
Does it matter the government knows who I'm calling?
Snowden claims online Obama expanded 'abusive' security programs
Obama: NSA secret data gathering 'transparent'
Cameron: 'We haven't made decision to arm Syrian rebels'
Prime Minister David Cameron has said that a decision to arm Syria rebels has not been made and said that there are more alternatives to Assad than "extremist terrorists". The leaders of the G8 nations are to begin a summit in Northern Ireland, with Syria's ...
US, Russia remain at odds on Syria
Obama, Putin agree to 'push' for peace talks in war-torn Syria
G8 summit - day two: Politics live blog
Blast Likely Aimed at Afghan Politician Kills 3 in Kabul
New York Times
KABUL, Afghanistan — An explosion heard across Kabul on Tuesday morning appeared aimed at killing a prominent ethnic Hazara politician as he was traveling in his armored convoy. The politician survived but at least three civilians were killed, according ...
Kabul blast ahead of Afghanistan security handover
Afghan President's Forces Taking Security Lead
Afghan forces formally take over security of country
U.S. News & World Report
Tip from reputed Detroit Mafia captain leads FBI to try, once more, to find Jimmy ...
OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Federal agents are digging up a field in suburban Detroit in search of the remains of ex-Teamsters leader Jimmy Hoffa, last seen alive when he left for lunch with two mobsters 38 years ago. They started digging Monday at a ...
Reputed Mafioso tip triggers new Hoffa body search
Authorities hopeful new search will turn up Jimmy Hoffa
Source: FBI searching for Hoffa's remains
Area teacher training programs assailed, lauded
Teacher education programs at many universities - from state schools to some of the nation's most elite colleges - fall woefully short in preparing teachers for the classroom, according to a report by a Washington-based teacher quality group released Monday.
Study: Teacher Prep Programs Get Failing Marks
New teacher training study decries California universities
Rookie teachers woefully unprepared, report says
San Francisco Chronicle
Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona Voting Rule
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a state-mandated requirement that prospective voters in Arizona provide proof of citizenship to be able to register to vote in national elections. But some experts are concerned that the court may have inserted ...
Supreme Court blocks Arizona's voter ID law
Supreme Court ruling on voter ID could affect Kansas law
Top Court Quashes Arizona Voter Law
Ex-hitman to testify for 2nd day in Bulger trial
The Seattle Times
A former hitman will testify for a second day in the racketeering trial of James "Whitey" Bulger, as Bulger's attorneys prepare to attack his credibility. The Associated Press. Related. Most Popular Comments. Hide / Show comments. hmmmm. it seems to me you ...
Ex-hitman to testify for 2nd day in Bulger trial in Mass.; defense to attack his ...
Confessed murderer ties Bulger to 6 killings
Hitman Testifies Against Former Mob Boss 'Whitey' Bulger
Brazilians take to the streets over public spending
Around 2,00,000 people took to the streets of a dozen Brazilian cities on Monday night in largely peaceful protests against the government's economic policies. Around 1,00,000 people marched in Rio de Janeiro, where some masked demonstrators set fire to ...
Biggest protests in 20 years sweep Brazil
100000 line streets of Brazil to protest corruption
100000 protesters flood Brazilian streets, venting anger over poor government ...
Judge: Zimmerman jurors' names to stay secret for now
SANFORD, Fla. – The judge in the George Zimmerman murder trial ruled Monday that jurors' identities will be kept secret for now, and she'll decide later when their names can be made public. As jury selection continued, Florida Circuit Court Judge Debra ...
Trial to Secure Justice for Trayvon Martin Begins
Week 2 of jury selection begins in George Zimmerman trial
George Zimmerman trial: No decision on experts; jury selection continues