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France's field of presidential candidates narrowed to incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy and Socialist Party candidate François Hollande after the first round of voting yesterday.
After a drug war that's killed some 50,000 people, Mexico's beginning a 3-month presidential campaign. Is there any way to reduce the violence? What about...
Florida and 24 other states have adopted "Stand Your Ground" laws thanks to a shadowy organization of state legislators and lobbyists. We hear the pros...
The Eurozone is now back in "full crisis mode," with Spain being forced to adopt austerity measures. What are the human costs of such programs?...
Israel claims to be the only democracy in the Middle East, but it continues to occupy the Palestinian West Bank and support the expansion of...
"Stand Your Ground" laws give people with no law enforcement authority the right to make instant decisions about life or death — with immunity from...
Instagram has emerged as a kind of anti-Facebook. Now that Facebook is buying Instagram for a billion dollars, what changes might be in store for...
After more than a year since cancelling negotiation about its nuclear program, Iran's back at the bargaining table. But it's doubtful that talks, set for...
The President and Congress envision thousands of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles filling US airspace. What are the possible consequences for the "friendly skies, safety and privacy?
Tennessee's Republican legislature has enacted a new law allowing teachers to question the science of Evolution. Is it back to the Scopes trial of 1925?
The UN now has "Happiness" on the global agenda, a major achievement for the small Himalayan country of Bhutan. Which are the "Happiest" countries? Who...
After years of hand-wringing about a world with too many people, the human population is rapidly getting older. We look at the consequences — for...
Thousands of foreclosed homes look like a good investment -- for rentals on a massive scale. Will George W. Bush's "ownership society" morph into a "rentership society?"
In yesterday's voting, Mitt Romney won across the Republican spectrum as never before. But Rich Santorum is not conceding the GOP nomination yet.
There's widespread mistrust of all three branches of government. Will both presidential candidates have to face that challenge to appeal to the voters?