Iran Favors Joint Talks on Nuclear Issue

Iran's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili stressed on Sunday the solution to the dispute with the West calls for an action plan suitable for the two parties, without affecting his country's sovereignty.

Misuse of ICRC Emblem by Colombian Intelligence in Hostage Rescue Mission

The now famed Colombian rescue mission Operation Jaque, responsible for the rescue of former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other important and high visibility hostages from the FARC, is being criticized for using emblems from the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Plug-in Hybrids on the Horizon

Plug-in hybrids take the concept further by plugging into a regular electric outlet to enable the vehicle to operate solely on its electric motor for ranges of 40-50 miles or more on a single charge.

Call for More Help for Iraqi Refugees

A group of Iraqi non-governmental organizations (NGOs) appealed on 14 July for more support from the Iraqi government, the UN and the international community for Iraqi refugees in neighboring countries.

The Anointment of Sarcko, the First

A regional or local conflict reaches crisis status when there is enough violence to fear continued death and destruction. As a rule, international power brokers pursue their interests by feeding the conflict.

The Original Frustration

My son just turned one year old and in this time of close living I have been recognizing those obsessive dreams, my first frustrations, in his. By helping him to walk I have re-lived my own frustrated desire to do so harmoniously.


Peace Activists Pressure Congress to Block Aggression against Iran

Member groups of United for Peace and Justice will hold actions across the United States July 19-21 to press Congress to take action to prevent war with Iran.

Senate Passes AIDS, TB and Malaria Bill

Wednesday evening, the U.S. Senate voted to reauthorize the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) with an overwhelming 80-16 majority.

John McCain: Out of Touch on Women's Health

It wasn't the first or last time John McCain failed to have command of the facts or even knowledge of his past positions on an issue, but when a reporter asked him on July 9th about birth control John McCain was dumbfounded.


Movie Review: Standard Operating Procedure

If there's one thing that Errol Morris has proved since his first documentary about a pet cemetery in Gates of Heaven (1978), it is that he doesn't adopt standard operating procedure.

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