Today's Woman discusses the shifting attitudes on the cultural taboo of women driving in Saudi Arabia.
News & Views: Iran will help the United States stabilize neighboring Iraq if Washington sets out a timetable for a withdrawal of its troops, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator said in an interview published on Monday. Daniel Calingaert, Freedom House's deputy director of programs, will join us live on set to talk about that organization's new Iran report. "Iran's governance has worsened in the past two years under President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's administration. Political interference in the judicial system has intensified, cronyism has become more pervasive and violations of civil liberties have increased" according to the report. John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the United Nations, told Tory delegates today that efforts by the UK and the EU to negotiate with Iran had failed and that he saw no alternative to a pre-emptive strike on suspected nuclear facilities in the country.
Roundtable hosts American Enterprise Scholar Micheal Ledeen to discuss his latest book, "The Iranian Time Bomb: The Mullah Zealots’ Quest for Destruction."
Late Edition profiles Republican presidential candidate John McCain.
NewsTalk hosts human rights activists Roya Toloui and Elahe Hicks to discuss the latest on human rights in Iran. Saeed Habibi, human rights activist, in Tehran joins us by phone.