We head to Iowa, to a town of 1,500 surrounded by corn and soybean farms.Though it's more than one thousand miles from New York City, this town was uniquely impacted by the attacks of September 11, 2011.
Hundreds of Algerian police broke up an anti-government rally in the capital Saturday, arresting at least one opposition member. Another opposition lawmaker was reportedly hospitalized. Turnout was much lower than expected.
Exactly one month after Tunisia ousted their long-time leader, neighboring Algeria attempted to do the same. Thousands of Algerians descended on the capital Algiers last Saturday calling for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down. More protests are expected this weekend.
After the pulsating USA v. Slovenia match on Friday, England played out a dreadful 0-0 draw with Algeria in what was, arguably, the worst game of the World Cup so far (oops -- I forgot about France v. Uruguay).‚ What is it about England?