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  • Obama says time ripe for Mideast peace accord

    Obama says time ripe for Mideast peace accord
    President Obama began a new effort Wednesday to coax Israelis and Palestinians toward peace, telling Middle East leaders on the eve of renewed negotiations that with sustained American help, a comprehensive deal can be sealed within a year. Obama, who...
  • William Saxbe dies at 94; former senator was attorney general under Nixon

    William Saxbe dies at 94;  former senator was attorney general under Nixon
    William Saxbe, a former U.S. senator who became the last attorney general to serve under President Richard M. Nixon and presided during the Watergate investigation, has died. He was 94. Saxbe died Tuesday at his home in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, said his...
  • Joe Biden update: No 'Mission Accomplished' claim on Iraq, but no 'victory' either

     
    The Democrat gives a preview of the president's speech next week on the U.S. troop drawdown in Iraq....
  • Bobby Bowden fired? T.K. Wetherell, former FSU president, responds

     
    Bobby Bowden fired? T.K. Wetherell, former FSU president, responds...
  • Why Christianity still seems “foreign” to the Japanese

     
    Christianity is the world's most popular faith, but only about 1 percent of the citizens of Japan are adherents. In a speech given last month at the Holy See, the Japanese ambassador to the Vatican, Kagefumi Ueno, tries to explain why. Ambassador Ueno...
  • Weekend TV Talk Shows for Aug. 21st – 22nd

     
    SATURDAY The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer Iraq troop withdrawal: Iraqi Ambassador Samir Sumaidaie. 3 p.m. CNN McLaughlin Group 6:30 p.m. KCET SUNDAY Today The Obamas' weekend in Martha's Vineyard; disabled veterans who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. (N) 6...
  • Wine tasting benefits Orlando Shakespeare Theater

     
    Don't forget about the wine-tasting event right around the corner to benefit the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The  Shakes will hold a new wine and culinary event  at Total Wine & More at 6 p.m. Aug. 26 (That's next Thursday). Hosted by the Orla...
  • Dwight Howard, Magic and NBA News: Sunday, August 15

     
    Dwight Howard has moved on from India to China, but Superman left behind a quite an impression on the subcontinent. We also explore how Team USA is coming together in advance of the FIBA 2010 World Championships and get an update on Kendrick Perkins...
  • At Ramadan Iftar dinner, Obama supports new mosque on private property near Ground Zero

     
    Full text of Democrat's White House dinner remarks supporting the controversial proposal and the official dinner guest list....
  • ISRAEL: Fight over Gaza flotilla narrative continues on YouTube

     
    Whether the Gaza Strip-bound flotilla hoped to deliver humanitarian aid, break the naval blockade, provoke Israel or a combination of the above, the incident has continued to roil diplomatic waters. Both sides have presented their versions of the event,...
  • ISRAEL, LEBANON: The Blue Line and other observations

     
    This week's cross-border shooting raised questions about the delicate balance between Israel and Lebanon and how long it will last. The border is a tight-rope negotiated by the Israel Defense Force, the Lebanese Armed Forces, UNIFIL and Hezbollah, their...