Unrest continues in Tunisia, where an international arrest warrant has been issued for former President Ben Ali. This move on the part of the interim government was intended to assure the public that it is serious about change.
America's ability to compete globally will likely be an issue very much on the table during his State of the Union speech tonight. And are jobs and economic growth the most important indications of success in the competitive global market?
Matt Latimer, conservative commentator, former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, remembers preparing for George W. Bush's State of the Union following the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks and brings an insider perspective to the process.
Rahm Emanuel's bid to become the next mayor of Chicago hit another bump in the road yesterday. An Illinois appeals court ruled two to one that the former White House Chief of Staff's name cannot appear on the ballot.
Why do we smile? Not only do scientists believe they may have discovered the answer to that question, but also to how we perceive the smile. Carl Zimmer, science writer for The New York Times, has the details of this new study.
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