Egypt's military government announced recently that 43 people face prosecution on charges of using foreign money to influence Egyptian politics.
Defenders of the status quo assert that the monarchy is largely symbolic or even little more than a tourist attraction, but its residual powers are real, extensive and undemocratic.
A group of 50 self proclaimed, "rebel students" on September 12 attacked the Santiago offices of the Chilean Communist Party's (CP) Central Committee.
These attitudes were reproduced so grotesquely by the needy inadequates on TV shows such as The Apprentice.
Sen. John Rockefeller called for a congressional investigation of charges that Rupert Murdoch's journalists attempted to buy 9/11 victims' phone records.
President Obama has threatened a veto of a House bill if it includes tightened restrictions on Cuban-American travel and aid to Cuba.
Billionaire Rupert Murdoch tried to squelch the hacking scandal engulfing his media empire by closing down his British tabloid, News of the World, but the firestorm continues to spread.
India's Communists assess electoral defeats, and renew commitment to democracy and mass struggle.
Turkey's ruling party sought a third term in elections Sunday, aiming to build on economic and diplomatic advances in recent years as well as introduce a new constitution it says will make the country more democratic.
The four charged that they had been arrested for participating in demonstrations calling for political reform, ending corruption and providing services to the people.