By PBS NewsHour
Honduras' newly appointed leader vowed Monday to resist pressure from world leaders to reinstate ousted President Manuel Zelaya, as protesters burned tires and clashed with police near the presidential palace.
Venezuelans voted to lift a two-term constitutional limit on the presidential term, allowing Hugo Chavez to run for office again in 2012. Analysts discuss what this means for the future of Venezuelan politics.
Venezuelan voters passed a referendum Sunday to lift a two-term constitutional limit on the presidential office, allowing Hugo Chavez to run again in 2012 to continue what he calls the country's socialist revolution.
Iraq's parliament approved Thursday a security pact with the United States that outlines the withdrawal of U.S. troops by the end of 2011 and may mark a new turn toward Iraqi sovereignty. A reporter in Baghdad discusses the next steps…
Following a lull in violence in Iraq, bombings in the cities of Baghdad and Kirkuk killed dozens and wounded hundreds Monday. Analysts examine the state of security in Iraq and discuss the roots of ethnic and political tensions in the…
The California Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriages in the state Thursday, striking down a ban on gay and lesbian nuptials as unconstitutional. Analysts examine reaction to the ruling and its possible impact on the gay marriage debate.
After years of tensions, Turkey is considering military action in northern Iraq to root out Kurdish extremists, as the country's frustration with the inaction of U.S. forces and the Baghdad government grows.
Lawmakers in Massachusetts voted Tuesday to allow a proposed constitutional amendment, which would essentially block gay marriages, to appear on the 2008 ballot.
In the wake of violent confrontations between security forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and members of the militant Hamas group, Palestinian leaders on Monday chose to table a decision on whether to pass a controversial referendum recognizing Israel's…
In battle-scarred cities and refugee camps, voters in Chechnya participated in a Moscow-backed constitutional referendum that Kremlin officials say will help the small war torn southern Russian republic pave the way to stability and civil rule.
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