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  • TV Picks: 'Good Wife,' 'The Middle,' 'Black-ish,' 'Marple' and more

    TV Picks: 'Good Wife,' 'The Middle,' 'Black-ish,' 'Marple' and more
    "The Good Wife" (CBS, Sundays), "Nashville" (ABC, Wednesdays), "Madam Secretary" (CBS, Sundays). The most satisfying and the most vexing network dramas, as seen from my little critic's corner of the world, return. And a new show whose degree of...
  • Bill Clinton, Grover Norquist: Sunday guests

    Bill Clinton, Grover Norquist: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: The guest lineup for Sunday morning: Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, and Thomas Frank, author of "What's the Matter With Kansas?," will be guests on NBC's "Meet the Press" at 9 a.m on WESH-Channel 2. A panel on ISIS...
  • Due to retire, Guantanamo prosecutor gets 3 more years on job

    MIAMI The Pentagon has extended the career of the chief war crimes prosecutor into the first year of the next U.S. president's term, a move designed to instill stability and confidence in the on-again, off-again war crimes trials at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba....
  • 'Madam Secretary': She gets things done

    Here's a quick introduction to "Madam Secretary," a CBS drama with an appealing star, a fascinating backdrop and a good time slot. Premiere date: 8:30 p.m. Sunday, CBS. It will repeat at 10:30 that night. The drama's regular time slot, between "60...
  • Review: 'Madam Secretary'

    Review: 'Madam Secretary'
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Like most CBS dramas, "Madam Secretary" was clearly developed with a time period in mind -- another high-powered, classily cast drama about a woman with ripped-from-the-headlines undertones. Yet this lead-in to "The Good Wife"...
  • 'Last Days in Vietnam' a thrilling recount of the fall of Saigon

     'Last Days in Vietnam' a thrilling recount of the fall of Saigon
    Sometimes the stories we think we know, the stories where we don't want to hear another word, turn out to be the most involving of all, the ones we in fact know the least about. So it is with "Last Days in Vietnam." Not an examination of why we were...
  • 'Madam Secretary' premieres, 'Good Wife' returns

    It's timely, it's topical and it could be the perfect show to bridge the gap between "60 Minutes" and "The Good Wife." Though, honestly, CBS' "Madam Secretary" had me at Tea Leoni. Leoni, who makes her debut Sunday as a newly confirmed secretary of...
  • Zach Gilford Joins Jennifer Carpenter in USA's 'Stanistan' Pilot

    Zach Gilford ("Friday Night Lights") and Jonathan Cake ("Desperate Housewives") have joined the cast of the USA pilot "Stanistan." Starring Jennifer Carpenter ("Dexter"), the drama follows the staff of an American compound in the fictional country of...
  • Chinese hacking into critical Pentagon contractors

    WASHINGTON The Chinese government has frequently hacked into the computer systems of defense contractors for the U.S. Transportation Command, the Pentagon agency responsible for deploying American troops and military equipment worldwide. A bipartisan...
  • Martin Schram: Winning Islam's other battle � for hearts and minds of Muslim youth

    This is the week Washington pounced on the question of whether or not American "boots on the ground" will be needed in our newest war against the terrifying forces of the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq. It erupted Tuesday when the chairman of the...
  • Fall books: 37 new titles to add to your reading list

    Between now and the holidays, publishers will push out a significant chunk of the books they publish for the entire year. And I do mean significant everything from "Revival," a scary Hawthornesque novel by horrormeister Stephen King, to a slim book called...