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  • Coptic Christians in Egypt may be nostalgic for Hosni Mubarak

     
    Seventeen years ago, on a visit to an Egyptian church, I was surprised to see a portrait of President Hosni Mubarak in the vestibule. I was told that Christians regarded the strongman as a protector. Shortly before our visit there......
  • Late Night: Bill O'Reilly reluctantly high-fives David Letterman

     
    Bill O'Reilly: David Letterman and Bill O'Reilly finally find something they can agree on....
  • Gingrich in Orlando:3rd Iraq war “lost;” Gadhafi deserved no mercy

     
    After privately addressing a group of Florida pastors in Orlando, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich lashed out at foreign events, saying what he calls the “third Iraq war” was lost, and saying Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi...
  • Was Gaddafi owed a trial?

     
    The United Nations is calling for an investigation into the death of Muammar Gaddafi. If his death came at the hands of his captors, it could constitute a war crime. Was Gaddafi owed a trial? The evidence is wide and deep that the Mad Dog of the Middle...
  • Iran applauds Iraq on U.S. troop pullout

     
    Words fly: Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday credited the “unified resistance” of the Iraqi people with having forced the U.S. military out of Iraq....
  • VOD Spotlight: Dominic Cooper with a challenging, multi-role performance in “The Devil’s Double”

     
    The Devil's Double began as an astonishing autobiographical tale of the same name, written by Latif Yahia, who was ripped from his family and forced to become the fiday (which roughly translates to “bullet catcher”) for Saddam Hussein's...
  • End of Moammar Kadafi's book bans celebrated in Libya

     
    Books that had been banned in Libya during Kadafi's regime were unbanned in a ceremony this week in Tripoli....
  • Christopher Hitchens has died: Fighter, doubter, provocateur

     
    Hitchens death reactions: A sampling of writers' reactions to the death of public intellectual and Anglo-American citizen Christopher Hitchens....
  • Christopher Hitchens: In our pages, in our memories

     
    Christopher Hitchens' influential life was lived out in public argument on panels, at lecterns, in books, magazines, newspapers and on Internet screens, including the Los Angeles Times. He wrote Op-Eds and book reviews, stretching back to 1990. In our...
  • U.S. military formally ends mission in Iraq

     
    The U.S. military mission in Iraq formally ended Thursday in a small ceremony at Baghdad airport as the last U.S. troops prepared to leave the country after nearly nine years of war, billions of dollars spent and nearly 4,500 lives lost....
  • On Christopher Hitchens: August Brown considers

     
    August Brown writes: For me, his greatest influence was on the page. His style was defined by a refusal to resort to stock images and analysis -- or to accept them from others....