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  • 'Lion of Fallujah' from Camp Pendleton reportedly died on CIA mission

    'Lion of Fallujah' from Camp Pendleton reportedly died on CIA mission
    As the leader of a Camp Pendleton infantry company during the early fighting in Iraq, Douglas Zembiec earned a Bronze Star and the nickname "Lion of Fallujah." Other battles and other bravery followed as Zembiec's legend grew. But when he was killed...
  • The turbulent summer of 2014

    The summer of 2014 will go down in history as the season when America fell apart. Let's take a tour of the disasters. Germany in 2008 enthusiastically hosted candidate Barack Obama for his so-called Victory Column speech. Now, Germans suddenly sound as...
  • Roundup: CIA writing manuals, Instagram TV and alien phone chargers

    Roundup: CIA writing manuals, Instagram TV and alien phone chargers
    I'm officially out this week (enjoying the sauna that is New York), but there's always time for a roundup. And it's got all kinds of weirdness, from a CIA writing manual to the attempt to save a brutalist building by Paul Rudolph to stories about...
  • Alec Baldwin in Talks to Join Tom Cruise in 'Mission: Impossible 5′

    Alec Baldwin is in negotiations to join Tom Cruise in Paramount and Skydance's next installment in the "Mission: Impossible" franchise. "Jack Reacher" helmer Chris McQuarrie is directing this installment. Cruise, Skydance's David Ellison and J.J....
  • North Korea files U.N. complaint over Seth Rogen film 'The Interview'

    North Korea files U.N. complaint over Seth Rogen film 'The Interview'
    North Korea has taken its case against Seth Rogen and James Franco's upcoming movie "The Interview" all the way to the United Nations. In a letter to the U.N. dated June 27 but made public this week, North Korea accused the United States of sponsoring...
  • CIA-Senate intelligence dispute won't lead to criminal investigation

    CIA-Senate intelligence dispute won't lead to criminal investigation
    The Justice Department announced Thursday it would not launch a criminal investigation into an embarrassing dispute between the CIA and the Senate Intelligence Committee over alleged mishandling of classified files relating to harsh CIA interrogations...
  • After CIA gets secret whistleblower email, Congress worries about more spying

    WASHINGTON The CIA obtained a confidential email to Congress about alleged whistleblower retaliation related to the Senate's classified report on the agency's harsh interrogation program, triggering fears that the CIA has been intercepting the...
  • El Rey's 'Matador' Renewed for Season 2 Ahead of Series Premiere

    El Rey Network has renewed new spy thriller "Matador" for season two ahead of its series premiere on July 15, the network announced Thursday. The series, produced by Roberto Orci, centers around the rise of Tony "Matador" Bravo (Gabriel Luna), a...
  • US evacuates embassy in Libya

    WASHINGTON With Libya its most violent since its 2011 uprising, the United States drove its embassy staff and military personnel Saturday to neighboring Tunisia with U.S. military escorts flying overhead. The embassy staff will leave Tunisia and work...
  • The German-American breakup

    When candidate Barack Obama spoke in July 2008 in Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate, he told a rapturous German audience that peace and progress "require allies who will listen to each other, learn from each other and, most of all, trust each other." It...
  • US officials: We still don't know who shot down Malaysian airliner

    WASHINGTON The United States is confident that the Malaysian Airlines plane that crashed in eastern Ukraine was downed by an SA-11 missile likely fired by pro-Russian separatists most plausibly by mistake but there still is no hard evidence tying the...