Was attorney general Eric Holder's visit to Berlin last week a 'diplomatic begging tour'?
Although the left is making gains in Europe – a new anticapitalist party in France has higher approval ratings than Sarkozy – centrist parties remain strong.
Adil Hakimjan, the first freed Guantánamo prisoner to be granted asylum in Europe, says he is 'very happy.' President Obama called Friday for seven of the 17 remaining Uighurs at the prison to be released.
French and British envoys Wednesday urged a halt to fighting as concerns deepen about 50,000 trapped civilians.
The government says state secrets are at risk, but the 9th Circuit is allowing the case to proceed against a Boeing subsidiary that reportedly flew suspects to secret prisons.
China wants Adil Hakimjan, who was granted political asylum, back. Sweden is now considering reversing his asylum.
Revelations that he is a member of several copyright protection groups are prompting calls for the guilty verdict to be overturned.
Readers write about how American students are taught about Islam, illegal filesharing, and strip searches in schools.
Millions continue to use the filesharing service as verdict is appealed. Access to the site remains open and the Pirate political party has seen a surge of support.