The marines and sailors are back home in England as the rest of the world measures the winners and losers. The crisis is personified by Tony Blair and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. We'll hear how perceptions differ from the Middle East to the Western world. Also, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's "clarification" on yesterday's peace offering and, on Reporter's Notebook, between both parties, the presidential campaigns may top a billion dollars by November of next year. Beyond the money, what will it take to win?
The Crisis Is Over: Who Won and Who Lost?
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Is Money the Last Word in Presidential Politics?
The year 2008 could see the first billion-dollar presidential campaign in history. So far, Democrats have topped Republicans, but each party is likely to raise and spend...
8 min, 25 sec
Freed Sailors Arrive in London amid Many Questions
After a week and a half of what looked like comfortable captivity in Iran, fifteen British marines and sailors are back with their families as the rest of the world looks...
34 min, 45 sec