It takes the country off the list of worst human rights offenders but still notes serious concerns.
Readers write about the politics of the Olympics, peace in the Middle East, the Air Force budget, and 'facts' in memoirs.
Adm. William Fallon stepped down after an article in Esquire magazine portrayed his views on Iran as being at odds with those of President Bush.
Western and Iranian officials consider new framework as Iran program progresses.
Readers write about ecoterrorism, trading nuclear technology for oil, nuclear waste, copyright laws, and 'robocalls.'
Hard-liners play tough to prevent reformist gains in March 14 vote.
Readers write about national healthcare, forgiving debt, aid workers in Ethiopia, and UN sanctions against Iran.
Some developing nations may be starting to sour on push by world powers to control lucrative nuclear technology.