This week we learned something we didn't know about Khalid Sheik Mohammed. When he was first held a decade ago in secret CIA prisons in Eastern Europe, his handlers allowed him to design a vacuum cleaner.
The business model of insurgents in Afghanistan and the business model of gangs in the inner city in the united states is the same. It's the same business model and I know counter insurgency can work if properly applied.
Hossam Badrawi is a former member of the upper chamber in Egypt's parliament and was briefly a member of former President Mubarak's government in its final days. Professor Badrawi gives his perspective on the ruling Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt's armed forces have given the country's politicians 48 hours to start working together or face an army intervention. The warning came on the heels of widespread protests in Egypt demanding that Islamist President Mohammed Morsi resign.
Back in 2010, an Israeli foodie with a Tunisian passport went to Libya, at the request of an Israeli group that keeps an eye on Jewish Heritage sites there. He was arrested for spying and spent six months in prison.