In Rwanda, Chelsea Clinton offers yet another hint of her political plans: She's not considering a run for public office, unless she 'didn't like how my city or state or country were being run.'
Al Qaeda threat: Despite the seriousness of the Al Qaeda threat, the apparent targeting of US interests abroad – rather than in the US proper – suggests the group's aspirations have contracted since 9/11.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and US Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky mixed it up this week over foreign policy, spending, and civil liberties. Call it the first GOP primary debate for 2016.
In the hours of continuous broadcast coverage I monitored during and after the trial of George Zimmerman for the death of Trayvon Martin, I couldn’t believe the lack of balance in coverage. Walter Cronkite warned that without a strong unbiased press, democracy would struggle.
Juror B37 of the Zimmerman trial first announced that she would be writing a book about the case, but then said she changed her mind when she grasped 'the depth of pain' over the case.