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  • New batch of Nixon tapes released

    New batch of Nixon tapes released
    White House tapes released Tuesday capture Richard Nixon as a pugnacious second-term president who talks of hammering out an end to the Vietnam War even if he has to "cut off the head" of the South Vietnamese leader, remarks that an abortion might be...
  • In Darfur, fault lines intersect and inflame

    One side of Muhajeria is a ghost town. The only sign of life is the occasional animal left behind when thousands of people fled last month. Most huts have been plundered; hundreds have been reduced to ashes. Straw fences lie tumbled in ruins as wind blows...
  • Is this a new Benjamin Netanyahu?

    Is this a new Benjamin Netanyahu?
    Bibi is back. Unlikely as it seemed after his resounding electoral defeat in 1999, Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader of Israel's right-wing Likud Party, has returned triumphantly from the political wilderness and was inaugurated -- for the second time --...
  • Neighborhoods' deadly feud hits a critical point

    Four Fenger High School students walked down a hallway in the West Side headquarters of the anti-violence group CeaseFire, neatly dressed, headphones draped over their ears. Their young faces seemed at odds with the violent narrative that sprang from...
  • Fenger students get acquainted on neutral ground

    Fenger students get acquainted on neutral ground
    To get them to talk, the teens had to be separated from their environment, plucked from South Side streets carved up by imaginary turf lines and bused to a place where violence was unacceptable. And so about 50 Fenger High School students found...
  • 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...
  • Bush's ticking clock echoes in Middle East

     
    by Mark Silva With a new scandal enveloping the Israeli prime minister and Hezbollah militants flexing their muscle in Lebanon, President George W. Bush will confront even longer odds for success when he travels to the Middle East this week......
  • '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...