Vice President Dick Cheney today met with leaders in Ukraine, one of the former Soviet states worried about Russia's recent military actions. Cheney said the United States is committed to Ukraine's security and freedom.
The World's Gerry Hadden reports that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is under fire from former associates for focusing too much on embarrassing the United States instead of staying true to the group's original global whistle-blower mission.
With the Congressional Super Committee's failure to come to an agreement, the military now has to cut some $500 billion from its budget. Those cuts could also hurt the stores and restaurants near the Pentagon that cater to the military.
The question for Washington, "what to do about Iran's nuclear program?" is not a new one. But in recent weeks, another question has made things more complicated for the US. And that is, "what are the Israelis planning to do?"