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Would you pay $570,000 for a bomber jacket? Probably not (though I’m willing to give NBA stars and the like an out here). But would you pay $570,000 for a bomber jacket, complete with presidential seal, once worn by John F. Kennedy aboard Air...
BEIRUT -- A high-ranking member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps was assassinated this week while traveling from Syria to neighboring Lebanon, Iranian media reported Thursday, in the strongest indication to date that senior Iranian military...
Tags: Lebanon, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Reconstruction, Rebellions
Drones are in the news thanks to a leaked Department of Justice memo outlining the legal reasoning behind the killing of American citizen and al-Qaeda propagandist Anwar Al-Awlaki. For those of us extremely unsettled by the Bush-Obama policy of extra-...
For years, scholars and journalists have struggled without much success to define the Obama Doctrine — the president's foreign policy principles. As a Democratic candidate, Barack Obama couldn't even define his own doctrine as he sought to succeed...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Rahm Emanuel, Chicago Mayor, Barack Obama, Al-Qaeda
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a dramatic appeal, wounded former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords urged Congress on Wednesday to enact tougher curbs on guns, saying, "too many children are dying" without them. "The time is now. You must act. Be bold, be courageous,...
The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel“Killing Lincoln,” the film of Bill O'Reilly's best seller, won't premiere until February on National Geographic Channel. But the channel on Thursday announced that it will make a film of O'Reilly's “Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot.&...
The Times has an editorial Friday about legislation proposed in the aftermath of the suicide of Aaron Swartz, the computer prodigy who was being prosecuted by the federal government for allegedly gaining unauthorized access to an online repository of...
TARIN KOWT, Afghanistan — A shy boy with filthy hands and a shabby tunic approached the great man, bowed and tried to kiss his hand. Gen. Matiullah Khan was seated like a sultan on a cushion in his hojra, his airy receiving room. He barely...
This week starts with Kyle, who is increasingly becoming my least favorite Housewife. Did Kyle's family get egged? As a result of her meddling, I hope. Mauricio pretends to believe it's some high school prank targeting Alexia. But aww, it's a new car...
WASHINGTON — President Franklin Roosevelt was truly astonished when told by a reporter that Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto, architect of the Pearl Harbor attack, had been shot down by U.S. planes over a Pacific island after Americans decrypted Yamamoto&...
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — It’s a world of likes, apps and status updates, so it was bound to happen: The Pakistani Taliban now has its own Facebook page. The Pakistani insurgent group’s spokesman, Ehsanullah Ehsan, confirmed that it had...
Tags: Taliban, Social Media, Science and Technology, Al-Qaeda, Islam
Leslie Bricusse, the Academy Award-winning songwriter behind such monster hits as "What Kind of Fool Am I?," "Candy Man" (penned with the late Anthony Newley) and "Talk to the Animals," slipped quietly into Chicago this week. So did the producer-writer-...
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