Despite raucous moments, we're witnessing a grand spectacle of democracy in action in America.
Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran's most powerful man, says he's not convinced by show trials that June election protesters are tools of foreign powers.
A force to reckon with in President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s second term, the Guards are led by commanders whose worldview was forged during the devastating Iran-Iraq war.
We must defend freedom in Iran soon – or deal with nuclear-armed fanatics later.
Leading reformist politicians signaled their intent to continue protest over what they say was a fraudulent election.
The US is considering harsh sanctions on Iran's oil industry if negotiations to curb Tehran's nuclear program fail.
Many now want more than a rerun of the disputed June 12 election, heightening the standoff with the regime.
Thousands of people clashed with security forces in the streets after a symbolic 40-day period since the death of protesters. Thirty years ago, such protests helped bring down the Shah.
Iran's theocracy, wary that mourning can turn to political protest, shuts down commemoration for opposition "martyr."