Today's Woman: The show will discuss the process of elections in Iran and the process of elections in the United States. The in-studio guest will be journalist and activist Fariba Davoudi Mohajer.

News & Views: Reaction and analysis on the President's State of the Union address both from Congress, the campaign trail as well as European capitals London, Rome, Ankara and Paris. Editor of Iran Nameh Journal, Hormuz Hekmat, joins us on set. President Bush signed legislation Monday prohibiting the Pentagon from selling leftover F-14 fighter jet parts, a move prompted by security gaps in the military's surplus auction. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., proposed the measure and say a broad and permanent ban on the Pentagon's sale of F-14 components is needed to ensure sensitive items do not get out. Iran's judiciary said on Tuesday it has sentenced 54 members of the Bahai religious community, whose faith is banned in the Islamic republic, for anti-regime propaganda.

Rountable discusses the President's State of the Union address with Brian Darling, Director of U.S. Senate Relations, The Heritage Foundation.

Late Edition reports on last night's State of the Union address.

NewsTalk hosts contributors Nasser Mohammadi and Rob Sobhani to discuss the President's message on Iran from last night's speech, the Iranian nuclear program and next month's Iranian elections.