June 13, 2009: Protests erupt in Iran after presidential race
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner, even though polls indicated a possible victory for his more forward-thinking opponent.
U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar and human trafficking survivor Ima Matul emphasize the importance of combatting the trade of people.
Experience the tense history both sides must overcome to reach a nuclear deal.
Skeptics of the deal worry Iran might have an alternative purpose for making the agreement.
Secretary of State John Kerry's meeting with Iranian officials irks Israeli prime minister.
Muhammad Lila gets a rare look at the embassy compound 34 years after the hostage crisis.
Good morning and welcome to this week. Crossing the red line. President obama signs off on arms to the syrian rebels. I want to know what the end game is. Is he going to have? Just to provide additional ons is not enough. Or is it too little, too late. And congress needs to act, and that moment is
The people of Iran elect a more moderate candidate to help lead middle eastern country.
Good morning and welcome to "this week." A new cliff is here. These cuts are not smart. It's a stupid way to govern. Across-the-board spending cuts, just five days away. This is going to have a real impact. The president is making stuff up. Will they hit too hard? Are the warnings too hyped? What
Rep. Tom Cole, Rep. Keith Ellison, Stephanie Cutter, Nicolle Wallace, and Martha Raddatz.