After stamping out election protests, Iran may see its "resistance" brand weaken. The first big test: The Non-Aligned Movement summit, which opens Wednesday in Egypt.
The goal is to help 5 million people earn degrees and certificates, especially displaced workers.
The process will be closely watched by the US and other foreign governments for signs of Pakistan's ability to deal with the Taliban.
But renewed dialogue with the Castro government is likely to start and end with that one issue.
The service is putting more pilots behind a joystick to fly the unmanned planes crucial to today's wars.
As fighting intensifies in Afghanistan, July fatalities so far are higher than for all of June.
The deployment will include four brigades aimed at training and advising Iraqis – a nod to America's slow pullback from the front lines.
The Garden State has narrowed gaps between white and black fourth-graders in both reading and math scores, according to a new analysis by the Education Department.