Afghanistan's uncertain future presents a challenge to the next U.S. president; we'll hear some views on what the United States should do in Afghanistan once a new American president is sworn in next year.
A Bush administration official is expected to attend talks with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator this weekend, and some observers see this as an example of a changing U.S. foreign policy, as The World's Jason Margolis reports.
Israel has released five Lebanese prisoners in exchange for the bodies of two Israeli soldiers, and while many in Israel welcome the decision to bring their dead home, others worry what kind of precedent it's setting
Israel also returned the bodies of nearly 200 Lebanese and Palestinian militants as part of its prisoner swap with Hezbollah today, and The World's Aaron Schachter looks at what today's prisoner exchange means for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.
The trial of Saddam Hussein was the most high-profile war crimes case since Nuremburg. American law professors Michael Scharf and Michael Newton were part of the international team that trained Iraqi judges and prosecutors for the trial
For the past ten years, the U.S. military has run anti-drug surveillance operations from a military base in Ecuador, but the lease is set to expire next year and Ecuador's government wants the U.S. to leave