What if Americans were the ones without nuclear weapons and a well-stocked Iran was insisting that the US couldn’t have such weapons?
Today's topics: British election, Philippines, Dakotas, Post Office, Pakistan
The chilly rapport between Obama and David Cameron’s predecessor, Gordon Brown, is a thing of the past. The weeks ahead will tell if the 'special relationship' between the US and UK still has life.
New UK Prime Minister David Cameron came to power Tuesday on the back of Britain's first coalition government since World War II. Historically, British coalitions have worked best in times of crisis and with looming budget cuts. Cameron and junior partner Nick Clegg are vowing to stick together for years to come.
A Christian Science perspective.
While the dueling parties still don't have a solution to the hung parliament result after the UK election, there are two policies they are likely to agree on. Will the triumphant party reach across lines to pass these measures?