Both French and American authorities are facing serious questions over the failure to prevent this week's Paris siege. The answers may be matters of intelligence and diplomacy — but they could also come down to simple matters of time and money.
A British parliamentary panel questioned Alan Rusbridger, the editor of the newspaper that first published many of the documents leaked by Edward Snowden. He was asked about his love of his country, and he defended his newspaper as acting to help the public understand what its government was doing.
After weeks of fighting accusations of sexual assault against a hotel maid, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, is facing new allegations. We speak with attorney and novelist Linda Fairstein.
Following protests in the region, Moroccan demonstrators flooded the streets to rally for political reform Sunday. Steven Erlanger, Paris bureau chief for The New York Times reports from Casablanca. He describes the protests.
Rumors of a potential ceasefire in Gaza are swirling through the international press. To parse out the welcome news are Rob Watson, the BBC Defense Correspondent, in London and Steven Erlanger of the New York Times joins us from Jerusalem.
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