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Dissident Blogger: 'Ghosts of Gadhafi Are Haunting' Putin

Ahead of Sunday's presidential election, Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin accused his enemies of planning dirty tricks, including ... tags: Alexei Navalnyballotbloggercorruptiondirty trickselectionMargaret Warner

In Russia, 'No Romantic Notion of Revolution' Before Election

More from Margaret Russian protesters formed a human chain in Moscow Sunday to register their opposition toward Prime Minister ... tags: assassinationelectionMargaret WarnermoscowoppositionPBS newshourplot

From Overcrowding to Corruption, Examining Prison Life in Honduras

A fast-moving blaze engulfed a Honduras prison Tuesday night, killing more than 272 people. Margaret Warner discusses the details of the ... tags: deathsfireflameshondurasinvestigationMargaret WarnerNicholas Caseu

Italy: 'Going the Greece Way' Would Be Disastrous

More Languishing amid the eurozone crisis, all of Italy is hurting and under pressure from international creditors to bring down ... tags: eurozone crisisItalyMargaret Warnernational debtPBS newshour

How Germany Became Europe's Richest Country

As European debt crisis negotiations approach the 11th hour on yet another bailout for Greece, Margaret Warner reports on some of the ... tags: bailoutcountrydebtdebt crisiseuropeeuropean uniongermany

Why Assad Won't Back Down

In a defiant public speech Tuesday, Syrian President Assad repeated promises of reform and plans to crush dissent against his regime. ... tags: AmbassadorAndrew TablerArab LeagueAssaddissentformer USHour

Supreme Court Upholds 'Ministerial Exception' From Anti-Bias Laws

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Constitution provides ministers an exemption to anti-discrimination laws. Margaret ... tags: antiConstitutiondiscriminationexemptionHourlawsMarcia Coyle

US-Iran Tensions Riding on Oil Shipments Through the Strait of Hormuz

A drumbeat of new threats from Iran on the crucial Strait of Hormuz began last week, punctuated by a show of naval force in the Persian ... tags: HourIranMargaret Warnernaval forcenavyPBS newshourpbsnews

What Have Sanctions Done to Iran's Economy, People?

European Union nations reportedly agreed in principle Wednesday to ban imports of Iranian oil. Margaret Warner discusses mounting tensions ... tags: banCarnegie EndowmentEuropean Unionfor Internationalfor ScholarsHaleh EsfandiariHour

How the US Auto Industry Picked Up Speed in 2011

With nearly 13 million cars sold, 2011 turned out to be the strongest year for Detroit's major automakers since the financial crisis hit in ... tags: 13 million2008autoautomakerscarsDavid ShepardsonDetroit

Russian Election Protests Gain Momentum Ahead of March Presidential Vote

Twenty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia sees new political turmoil with protests over election fraud allegations. Margaret ... tags: electionsHourMargaret WarnerPBS newshourpbsnewsPutinRussia

What's Next for Russia's Political Leadership?

Amid election-fraud accusations and growing political turbulence, where are Russia and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin headed Margaret Warner ... tags: electionsHourLeon AronMargaret WarnerPBS newshourpbsnewsPutin