6/30/2009 5:11 PM ET
When it came to the rigged election in Iran, Barack Obama played it cool in his public statements, earning the tacit approval of the Times. But when the Honduran military toppled that country's ...
6/30/2009 12:15 PM ET
See, Cohen says, I was right all along: "One benefit of the massive show of resistance to a stolen vote, and future, has been to awaken Americans to the civic vitality of Iranian society - a real ...
6/26/2009 3:37 PM ET
Liberal movie critic Stephen Holden doesn't like a movie about the horrible fate of a women in Iran: "Mr. Negahban's Ali, who resembles a younger, bearded Philip Roth, suggests an Islamic ...
6/25/2009 1:28 AM ET
"President Obama's response to the government crackdown has been criticized by some Republicans as timid," Katie Couric noted on Wednesday's CBS Evening News as she featured a retort: "Today, in ...
6/24/2009 11:55 AM ET
On CBS's Early Show, Mitt Romney described Obama's latest comment on Iran as "not exactly a Ronald Reagan 'Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall' moment." Harry Smith got defensive: "Very different ...
6/23/2009 3:06 PM ET
The Times hardly mentions Barack Obama in the context of Iran, yet still sees an "Obama effect."
6/23/2009 2:40 PM ET
Chris Matthews, on Monday's Hardball, mocked Florida GOP Senate candidate Marco Rubio for pondering, on his Twitter page, that the "situation in Iran would be a little different if they had a 2nd ...
6/19/2009 5:47 PM ET
Eric Bolling of 'Happy Hour' explains Iranian instability might force $200-barrel oil; says Israel the wildcard.
6/19/2009 11:28 AM ET
Roger Cohen, former apologist for Iran (pictured), writes from Tehran that anti-regime protestors are asking: "Where is Obama?"
6/15/2009 5:38 PM ET
CNBC personalities note oil's decline on Iran news, but suggest questionable election result a sign of what could happen with unions and Employee Free Choice Act.