Iranian Elections News
AP Explains: Voting, governance and clerical power in Iran
AP Explains: How do presidential power and elections work under a supreme leader in Iran's Islamic Republic
Iran reformist drops out of election, supports Rouhani
A reformist candidate has dropped out of Iran's presidential election and thrown his support behind President Hassan Rouhani, in a widely expected move that will strengthen the incumbent's campaign against a hard-liner
GOP Lawmakers Call for Top White House Adviser Ben Rhodes to Be Fired in Wake of New York Times Profile
The fallout over the New York Times profile on of one of President Obama’s top foreign policy advisers is showing no signs of abating, with some Republicans on Capitol Hill calling for the adviser to be fired for “tarnishing the Office of the President” and holding a hearing on whether the
Today in Pictures: Sri Lanka, 'Slut Walk' in Jerusalem, Elections in Iran
Sri Lankan Tamil school students ride a bicycle in Jaffna, May 4, 2012. Sri Lanka recorded an impressive 8.3 percent growth rate last year, up from 8.0 percent in 2010, the first full year after troops defeated Tamil separatist rebels in May 2009 and declared...
President Obama Heralds New UN Sanctions Against Iran
President Obama this afternoon heralded the sanctions against Iran passed "overwhelmingly" – but not unanimously -- by the United Nations Security Council. Calling them "the toughest sanctions ever faced by the Iranian government" the president said they send "an unmistakable...
The Conversation: 'Women Without Men'
Iranian Filmmaker Shirin Neshat Talks to ABC's Sharyn Alfonsi About New Film
Haiti Earthquake: Love and Support Through Facebook and the Internet
As word of the massive earthquake in Haiti came in, news organizations scrambled to set up satellite links while humanitarian and government organizations began deploying relief inspectors. But it was social networking sites that gave millions of people around the world an instant look at the
Haiti Quake Devastation, Hope Spreads Online
Citizen-Journalists on the Frontlines in Disaster, Strangers Share Well-Wishes From a World Away
Diane Sawyer Interviews Iranian President Ahmadinejad
In an exclusive interview with ABC "World News" anchor Diane Sawyer in Copenhagen, Denmark, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad discussed nuclear weapons, the U.S. hikers being detained in Iran and the United States. DIANE SAWYER : Mr. President, thank you for speaking with us again. If I may
The Top 10 Internet Moments of the Decade
The Webby Awards Announces 10 Most Influential Internet Moments of the Decade