Caucus results shake up the race for the White House in both parties.
'The Kingdom' offers up a foreign-policy lesson amid lots of gunfire. A London woman becomes deeply enmeshed in the inner workings of the Russian mafia in 'Eastern Promises.'
The Venezuelan president touts Beijing's $4 billion investment as another punch in his bid to undermine US clout. China is more pragmatic.
Monitor correspondents and experts suggest what to watch for in eight international conflicts.
Most polls show a very close race among the top candidates in both parties, so the outcome hinges on which campaigns are best at turning out their supporters.
With elections there postponed until Feb. 18, and turmoil unabated, the Bush administration evaluates its options for spurring its war-on-terror ally toward greater democracy.
Being a young Muslim in the US got much tougher after 9/11, so a brother-sister team came up with a book to help peers in their faith.
Who would foreigners like to see at the helm of the world's superpower – a Republican or Democrat?
The 10-term congressman from Texas has been a strict constitutionalist since he came into public life some 30 years ago.