This is the true story of a couple of ordinary Americans who thought, once they turned 60, that life would be uneventful. Instead, they've just won a prestigious award that honours their world-changing work.
A few weeks ago, Newsweek produced a video, which condensed the major news events of the past decade into one seven-minute mashup video. At the time, I thought: "Oh, this will be fun." It was not fun. Not at all.
The outcry against trying Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in New York is strange. The same people who tell us to stand up to terrorists feel it's too scary to have them in a U.S. courtroom. Giuliani is livid at the idea.