An interview with the former US secretary of State, in which she discusses Iran, Afghanistan, and the political statements her choice of jewelry makes.
The debate over sending more US troops frames a larger clash over counterinsurgency strategy as the new template for war.
The conservative writer won a Pulitzer Prize and a wide following for his New York Times columns on politics and language.
Iraq's accusation that Syria was behind the massive Baghdad bombing a month ago Saturday has pushed relations to a new low.
Muntadhar al-Zaidi was released Tuesday after serving nine months in jail for throwing his shoes at former President George W. Bush.
Washington needs to rid itself of the politically correct attitude that all nations are capable of becoming sustainable democracies.
As the US speeds the transfer of detainees in its custody, many appear headed into a notoriously violent system. Inmates at Abu Ghraib rioted Thursday and Friday.
The attack killed at least 19 people Thursday, two days after another bomb left three US soldiers dead. Insurgents may be moving north as coalition forces push them out elsewhere.