U.S.-Iranian tensions are further on the rise amid revelations over Iran’s nuclear program, threats over the Strait of Hormuz and an American’s death sentence. Margaret Warner discusses how the two countries are dealing with each other with The New York Times’ David Sanger and Julian Barnes of The Wall Street Journal. Continue reading
The Man Booker Prizeis given annually to a novel by an author in Britain, Ireland or one of the Commonwealth nations. It is highly prestigious, as well as often highly contentious and controversial. This year was no exception. This year’s prize went to one of Britain’s leading writers, winning for his first time, Julian Barnes.