Monday, October 10, 2005
What We Need to Know Today
Rania al-Baz, the Saudi TV presenter who was beaten senseless by her husband last year escaped to Paris for a conference on women's rights after she was prevented from leaving the country.
Angela Merkel has been named Chancellor of Germany following several weeks of coalition discussions since neither the Social Democrats or the Christian Democrats received enough votes to create their own government.
Ten Women including Senator Hillary Clinton and Maya Lin were inducted into the Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls this weekend.
WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME
Joe Klein on why Hillary Clinton should remain a Senator and not run for President.
HILLARY SHOULD REMAIN IN THE SENATE
Women in Afhganistan are stepping up to the plate and running for office all across the country.
Glenn Close, who awesome on The Shield this past year and who was robbed of an Emmy, has been on a binge of independent filmmaking lately.
I've always been a bit in awe and facinated by Tilda Swinton. She is so different from American actresses and each of her performances are exciting and completely different.