The Monitor's language columnist ponders her recent adventures in the world of public domain.
Ayatollah Khamenei has preserved his view of the revolution in postelection clampdown, analysts say – but perhaps at great cost to the office he occupies.
The president's ties to military and security forces, as well as his hardline foreign policy, are among the factors cited for his support from the country's supreme leader.
The Obama administration directive comes as the president begins to assert control of the immigration issue.
The US and world are 'appalled and outraged,' Obama said Tuesday. His answer to critics who want stronger censure? 'I am president' of the US.
During speech Monday, Sarkozy suggested that the traditional female Islamic dress was a form of enslavement. But Obama backed freedom of religious expression in his Cairo speech.
Saturday's massive bomb in Kirkuk, combined with political gridlock, raises questions about how ready Iraq is for the withdrawal of US troops from cities by June 30.
A federal judge orders release of a Syrian national who Al Qaeda suspected was a US spy.
Civil rights activists praise the court for not throwing out a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.