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  • Mikhail Kalashnikov dies at 94; creator of the AK-47 assault rifle

    Mikhail Kalashnikov dies at 94; creator of the AK-47 assault rifle
    Interviewers always asked Mikhail Kalashnikov the same question and he always gave the same answer: Yes, he could sleep at night. Quite easily, thank you. Kalashnikov, creator of the AK-47, a cheap, simple, rugged assault rifle that became the weapon of...
  • Snowden considera "misión cumplida" su revelación de espionaje masivo de EEUU

    Snowden considera "misión cumplida" su revelación de espionaje masivo de EEUU
    El extécnico de la Agencia Nacional de Seguridad (NSA, en inglés), Edward Snowden, señaló hoy que considera "misión cumplida" el debate generado tras sus filtraciones de miles de documentos secretos del espionaje secreto de la inteligencia...
  • Edward Snowden breaks silence to declare his mission accomplished

    Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who had been keeping a low profile in Moscow since being granted asylum there in August, has broken out of his seclusion with a lengthy interview with the Washington Post and a recorded television address to be aired in...
  • Kellie Pickler spends Christmas in Afghanistan on USO tour

    Kellie Pickler spends Christmas in Afghanistan on USO tour
    Singer Kellie Pickler spent Christmas with U.S. troops in Afghanistan to bring "home to our service men and women," she said. The "American Idol" contestant-turned-country star spent a few days delivering holiday cheer at the Kandahar Airfield base,...
  • Review: 'Full Fathom Five' by Gordon Chaplin

    Review: 'Full Fathom Five' by Gordon Chaplin
    To many readers, environmental stories are dead on arrival. They lack human characters, the thinking goes, and they're predictable: a creature or ecosystem is gravely damaged by humanity's greed. So maybe it's best not to bill "Full Fathom Five: Ocean...
  • Snowden declares victory, and Obama might concede

    WASHINGTON -- In an interview in Moscow, former National Security Agency surveillance operative Edward Snowden has claimed he's "already won" in his mission to throw the NSA on the defensive over its sky's-the-limit sweep of Americans' phone...
  • Fannie, Freddie give non-investor home buyers 'first look' period

    WASHINGTON — An important resource for first-time home buyers and others who find themselves in unfair competition with deep-pocket investors bearing cash just got better: The two biggest players in the mortgage market, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,...
  • Mark Fainaru-Wada, Steve Fainaru on 'League of Denial'

    Mark Fainaru-Wada, Steve Fainaru on 'League of Denial'
    While the National Football League remains the most successful sports entity in America, its foundations are being shaken by a looming health crisis. For more than two decades, evidence has been mounting that concussions associated with playing football...
  • 'The Wolf of Wall Street' bares teeth, if not soul, critics say

    So far "The Wolf of Wall Street," Martin Scorsese's three-hour look at hedonistic white-collar crook Jordan Belfort, hasn't necessarily been warmly welcomed by mainstream audiences. Fortunately for Scorsese and leading man Leonardo DiCaprio, movie critics...
  • North Laurel facility is Newseum's treasure trove

    Inside a one-story structure in a knot of North Laurel warehouses, the Newseum Support Center does business in low-profile fashion. Don't, however, dismiss its lack of curb appeal. Within its walls is a rich and vibrant stash of artifacts that...
  • The super-secret world of restaurant hand signals explained

    The super-secret world of restaurant hand signals explained
    The next time you see your restaurant server straightening a lapel or fluttering his or her fingers, you may want to take a closer look. It's all part of an elaborate world of restaurant hand signals, secret agent-style. According to Washington Post...