I'm liveblogging the latest Iran election fallout. Email me with any news or thoughts.
6:15 PM ET -- Obama: 'It would be wrong to stay silent.'
# Reuters: Obama says he's deeply troubled by the post-election violence in Iran1 minute ago from BNO Headquarters
# AP: Obama says it's up to Iran to determine its own leaders.
More from CNN: Obama say he's "troubled by the situation in iran, it would be wrong to stay silent..." Still waiting for transcript and video. His remarks came at the end of an Oval Office meeting with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi.
6:10 PM ET -- Climbing the Freedom Tower. Literally.
A demonstrator climbs the Freedom Tower in Tehran, Iran today, as protesters continued to demonstrate against contested election results. (AP)
6:06 PM ET -- Follow the developments in Iran like a CIA analyst. This isn't what you think -- and I meant to post it earlier. Marc Ambinder of the Atlantic has some smart thoughts on getting the most out of (and avoiding the pitfalls of) the flood of human intelligence we're getting out of Iran right now.
5:50 PM ET -- The Twitter blackout. As noted below, Iranians are encouraging others to help convince Twitter to cancel its planned maintenance tonight. Twitter is the main social network still accessible within Iran, and it's amazing to think of the bonds that have been made using that technology along over the last few days.