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  • Rahm Emanuel: 'Mayor of Chicago'

     
    by Mark Silva Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff and former congressman from Chicago, has made it clear to friends that he'd like to run for mayor of Chicago. But tonight, he made it really clear, publicly, that......
  • '24': How was I to know she was with the Russians too?

     
    Whatever else one wants to say about Jack Bauer, his loyalty to President Allison Taylor has never been questioned. Even if he knows an order is ill-conceived, he follows it. Not anymore. Distraught over the stunning death of Renee and......
  • '24': The woman who knew too much

     
    "You can't just go against everyone," Chloe O'Brian whines to Jack Bauer. Sure he can. What show has she been watching all these years? Having been betrayed by his president, Bauer breaks free of the CTU agents assigned to keep......
  • '24': Buyer's remorse

     
    It's a good thing this is the last season of "24," because if it wasn't Jack Bauer would have had to start next season either on the run in a foreign country or in jail. Bauer's body count is pretty......
  • The Morning Fix: Fox is feeling gleeful! NBC tries to put on happy face. Icahn and Lions Gate talk peace accord. Sheen gets a new deal

     
    After the coffee. Before sneaking into an upfront rehearsal. Singing for their supper. Fox Broadcasting is putting a heavy load on "Glee," its surprise musical hit. Not only is the network moving the show to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the......
  • '24': Whatever happened here didn't happen here

     
    Jack Bauer went out with a whimper, not a bang. After spending the last three episodes killing everything in his path, Bauer was basically a second banana in a two-hour series finale that no doubt left hardcore fans of his......
  • ISRAEL: iPhone's two-city solution disturbs the Mideast peace

     
    Right-leaning Israeli politicians like to refer to Jerusalem as their "undivided capital." But iPhone users here and around the world found recently that the storied, disputed city had been split in two. In the smart phone's weather application, the...
  • ISRAEL: Are Palestinians and Israelis ready to talk face to face?

     
    Raising hopes that direct peace talks might soon be renewed, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad met Monday in Jerusalem with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, the first high-level meeting since February. Fayyad said in a statement that...
  • ISRAEL: Don't restart negotiations from scratch, former peace-table adversaries agree

     
    Two years ago Tzipi Livni and Ahmed Qurei had a standing rendezvous at Jerusalem's King David Hotel, at least twice a week, to hash over hotly disputed issues such as borders, refugees and the future of Jerusalem. Back then meetings......
  • WEST BANK: Big obstacles in road to direct Israeli-Palestinian negotiations

     
    Even before direct Palestinian-Israeli negotiations kick off in Washington on Sept. 2, the road there is littered with political landmines. The Palestinians stated when they agreed on Friday, under U.S. and international pressure, to resume direct...
  • EGYPT: Foreign Ministry summons Iranian diplomat, cancels minister's visit to Cairo

     
    The Iranian charge d'affairs in Cairo has been summoned by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry to explain recent comments attributed to the Islamic Republic's foreign minister, in which he criticized Palestinian leaders taking part in the direct peace talks...