The breezy, engaging memoir of a New York financial analyst who left her world behind to marry a poet and live in his native Slovenia.
Voters express frustration with ANC, but a large turnout favors the ruling party.
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.
The two nuclear powers continue to bicker over NATO war games, nuclear weapons, and fighter jets in Kyrgyzstan.
The government says the war is in its last stages, as thousands of civilians remain trapped in the conflict zone.
The US general credited with turning around a bleak war effort spoke yesterday to Harvard students, who forgave the one ‘blemish’ on his record: a PhD from Princeton.
She's questioned about an embattled colleague, whether to investigate Bush-era abuses.
The administration might want to move on from the issue, but there's pressure from progressive groups and congressional Democrats for further investigation.
Abusive interrogation techniques in Abu Ghraib followed approval of their use in Guantánamo, says a report by Senate Armed Services Committee.